Former Citi CEO Sandy Weill Is Selling His Stunning Greenwich Estate For $US14 Million

Former Citigroup chief executive Sandy Weill has listed his stunning Greenwich, Connecticut estate for $US14 million, the Wall Street Journal reports.

The 16,400-plus square-foot mansion sits on 6.3 acres on Round Hill Road.

Sotheby’s has the listing.

Weill and his wife Joan currently live mostly in Sonoma, Calif. They still own residences in New York City, the Adirondacks and the Bahamas, according to the WSJ.

Weill’s Connecticut compound is definitely a dream home, and now we’re going to take a tour.

The stunning country home was designed by architect Ira Grandberg.

The home features 14 rooms, 6 bedrooms, 9 full baths and 3 partial baths.

The craftsmanship on the interior of the shingle-style home is gorgeous.

Seen here is the dining room. There are six fireplaces in the home.

Seen here is the library. There's also a private office in the home.

The home features balconies and terraces.

The estate features plenty of deck and patio spaces as well as an outdoor BBQ area.

Weill's home has a lot of cool amenities such as a home theatre and a wine cellar.

The home also features swimming pool and a pool house. There's also a spa featuring a hot tub, steam room and sauna on the premises.

And there's a fitness room.

There's a heated garage attached to the home. There's also an in-law apartment.

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