Retired Blackstone exec puts Greenwich estate on the market for $47.5 million
James Mossman, a former chief investment officer of private equity giant Blackstone Group, is selling his 11,300-square foot waterfront estate in Connecticut, seeking $47.5 million, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The six-bedroom home, one of the most expensive properties on the market in Fairfield county, features a glass conservatory, gym, game room, wine cellar, a sewing and gift-wrapping room, 72-foot infinity pool, a pool house and private dock, vegetable garden and greenhouse. Less than half a mile away is Copper Beech Farm, a 50-acre estate that sold this year for $138.83 million.
Mossman bought the land for $11 million in 2012, tore down the existing home and completed the building of a new home in 2015.
Mossman retired from Blackstone in the early 2000s.