Actor Mel Gibson has put up his Connecticut Tudor-style manor house which is located in wooded hills and traditionally landscaped grounds up in the market for $33 million. The Lethal Weapon star used to live here with his wife Robyn before they got separated.
In 2007, the property was up in the market for $39.5 million, however after lingering for three years it was sold for $24 million.
The 15,800-square foot property includes 15 bedrooms and is admired for its impressive architecture, intricate details, wood-paneled rooms, mullioned windows elaborately carved banisters and mantels, 17th century English paneling, walk-in fireplaces, exposed beams and leaded glass windows. The living area is a vast hall with 40-foot cathedral ceiling and an imposing fireplace
Mad Max star might buy this property again to revive his old memories.
Mel Gibson’s stepmother claims that the actor is responsible for the breaking of her marriage and sued him for $65,000.