Leona Helmsley's Sprawling Greenwich Estate Is Back On The Market For $42.9 Million

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Photo: David Ogilvy & Associates

Dunnellen Hall, the Greenwich estate of late hotel magnate Leona Helmsley sold in October for $35 million, an unbelievable 72% less than the 2008 list price.Now, the Connecticut home is back on the market for $42.9 million, according to Realtor.com.

Helmsley lived there with Trouble, the infamous (and recently deceased) maltese to whom she willed $12 million.

The estate is perfect for anyone wanting to live out aristocratic fantasies: it’s got Roman statues, marble staircases, and even a stone dungeon.

Here's how it looks from your helicopter

The driveway fountain

Here's the pool in the backyard

Artful decor

Giant flowers on golden pedestals

A somewhat bizarre staircase

Covered in red carpet

An awesome indoor pool

Here's one of the living rooms

The brown living room

A fitting Napoleon statue

The green living room

And here's another living room

A somewhat tacky study

The dining room

Now let's go to the dungeon

Keep your wine or prisoners down here

And here's the creepy dungeon dining room

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