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The century-old “Riegel Point” mansion in Fairfield, once the centerpiece of one of the most expensive estates along Connecticut's Gold Coast, is on the market for $14 million.
Located at 1143 Sasco Hill Road in Southport , the Elizabethan Renaissance-style mansion — with its views of Sasco Beach and the Long Island sound — along with its adjacent properties, was built by the same architect behind the Riverside Church in Manhattan . The full property last sold for nearly $50 million in 2001 and was listed at $62 million in 2016. Real estate company William Raveis said the full, 20-acre Southport estate was split into seven lots so more people have an opportunity to live by the water.