Anderson Cooper is adding one more spot to his list of properties.
Page Six reported that the host has purchased a 10,127 square foot mansion in Litchfield County, Connecticut. The 18-room home, which boasts a tennis court, Olympic-sized pool and private guest quarters, sold for seven figures, sources said.
Cooper isn't the only celebrity to grace the Connecticut county with his presence. Meryl Streep, NBC's Dick Ebersol and Henry Kissinger are just a few of the famed faces to have lived in the area.
The CNN host currently owns a 8,240 square foot home in New York's Greenwich Village, which he bought in 2010 for $4.3 million. He also owned a midtown Manhattan penthouse on West 38th Street, which he sold for $3.75 million in 2012. In April, Cooper listed one of his two waterfront homes in Quiogue, New York for $2.999 million.
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