As reported by TMZ, Evan Lendl, the top-ranked tennis player on the planet, is once attempting to sell his huge Connecticut mansion for more than $ 16 million. The house itself is quite impressive at 18,000 square feet but as impressive as it is, it has a vast land area of 445 acres in the foothills of Cornwall, Connecticut.
The mansion was designed by architect Alan Greenberg specifically for Lendl, according to official marketing materials, which go on to describe the property:
“Horse pads, ride through the gates that pass through a barn, and go down a long and shallow passage to the impeccable stone house. Near a grand staircase passing through a light-filled main floor almost. Boil French doors and courtyards for beautiful gardens in every room. A wooden door frame library, spacious living room, formal dining room, and family room, all with fireplaces and wide plank oak floors as well as a trophy room / office And a dining chef kitchen with state-of-the-art equipment and butler’s pantry completes level 1 … The attached 3 bay garage is complemented by a 3 bay detached garage with office space on the second floor. , Looking at the Connecticut foothills. “
Overall, the Hillhouse, as it is known in the main house, is spread over 18,000 square feet with ten bedrooms and ten bathrooms, all located in Cornwall and Goshen, CT, about two hours’ drive from both New York City and Boston. So the location is definitely part of the appeal. It is the perfect combo of solitude and access that almost certainly contributes to Lendl’s asking price of $ 16.4 million. This is also true of the mansion’s many indoor facilities, including two nearby locker rooms, a sauna, a workout room, and a swimming pool with a full-size gym. There is another swimming pool outside, this is a heated ammo pool, which includes cabanas, and of course, a tennis court.
Lendl’s jewel of Leachfield County can be seen in the video below from the Leachfield County Real Estate YouTube channel. Just look: