Three years after they first listed it, Paul Simon and wife Edie Brickell have finally sold their mansion in New Canaan, Connecticut. But the musical couple have taken a big loss on the property.
The real estate website Dirt reports that the 32-acre residence sold for $10.8 million, $5.7 million less than they paid for it about 20 years ago.
According to Dirt, Simon and Brickell initially asked for $13.9 million for the estate when they put it up for sale in 2019, but slashed the price to $11.9 million in 2020.
The 1938 mansion has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and three powder rooms, a paneled library, a large living room, a tiled sun room and a three-car garage. The three-story home sits on grounds that include "sweeping meadows," "formal walled gardens," a swimming pool and a private pond.
There's also a 2,400-square-foot cottage on the property that Paul and Edie used as a recording studio.
According to Dirt, Simon and his wife still have three at least other residences, among them a duplex in New York City, a 30-acre oceanfront home in New York's ritzy Hamptons and a 10-acre estate in Allen, Texas, outside of Dallas.
The couple celebrated their 30th anniversary last month.
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