HOUSE OF THE DAY: David Stockman Is Selling His Greenwich Mansion For $19.75 Million

david stockman $19.75 million conneticut home

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Former Congressman and Reagan budget director David Stockman and his wife have listed their Greenwich, Conn. home for $19.75 million, according to Blockshopper.Stockman was a representative for the state of Michigan, head of the OMB under Reagan, and is former CEO of Collins & Aikman Corporation, an automotive parts company.

The house he and his wife are listing is a seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion.

The home has sky-lit cathedral ceilings, a fireplace in the breakfast room, and 25 rooms total in the house.

The house has some great architectural details to it, like the white circular windows and columns near the front door.

When you enter, you see the very large foyer.

Inside, there's a cozy living room.

The living room has a ton of seating options.

Built-in bookshelves for a bookworm.

The eating area has bench seating if you want a very informal option.

We love everything in the formal dining room, from the columns, the ceilings to the fireplace.

Very congressional.

The kitchen feels very homey.

We've lost count of the number of couches in this house.

This bedroom has a flat screen TV above the fireplace.

The stone fireplace gives this room some extra pop.

The loud window treatments match the wall paper in this room.

This bedroom has a seating area in it.

What's with all the floral?

This room has a private balcony.

A sunny nook.

A very private backyard.

There's a covered patio area, in case it starts to rain and you need to find shelter quickly.

The back patio is made of stone.

You could throw huge barbecues back here.

The grass is in excellent condition.

The lawn is enormous.

And impeccably manicured.

No luxury estate is complete without a clay tennis court.

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