HOUSE PORN OF THE DAY: The $24 Million Connecticut Mansion, That's Been Unoccupied Since The 1950s

$24 million mansion

Deep in the woods of New Canaan, Connecticut, a premier American mansion has sat empty for the past 50 years.

Full-time caretakers have presumably kept deer out of the living room, and it seems to be in very good condition. But who knows if the Shining-esque mansion is empty for a reason.

The 52-acre estate is owned by the descendants of William Clark, a 19th-century mining magnate. After sitting on the market for years at $34 million, the mansion can be yours today for only $24 million.

See The $24 Million Connecticut Mansion, Unoccupied Since The 1950s
Source: Christie’s Great Estates

A secluded forest mansion (middle-left)

Caretakers live in cottages at the head of the driveway

9 bedrooms, library, music room, artist's studio, and a great room

A big grass lawn

Enormous windows

Art deco staircase

Giant ceilings in every room

No furniture, but great fireplaces included

Hey, a chair!

Fifties-style industrial kitchen

Enchanted forest on all sides

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