It was sold just two years ago by the man himself, but Mel Gibson's home in Greenwich, Connecticut has been put back on the market by its new owners.
This beautiful 1926 home (nicknamed "Old Mill") is set on 75 acres of land and has rooms decorated with wood-paneling, mullioned windows and vintage banisters. In true Tudor style, this abode also has walk-in fireplaces, exposed beams and glass windows. Though, the most impressive space seems to be the main living room which has a 40-foot high cathedral ceiling.
The house was originally bought by Gibson in 1994 for $9.3 million and put on the market in 2007 for $39.5 million. Unfortunately, Gibson couldn't sell the manor until three years later at a reduced price of $24 million. And while this home may have a swimming pool, tennis court and a life-sized chess game, we wonder if the current owners will have as difficult time selling this mansion as Gibson did.
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