Remember This $175 Million Waterfront Home in Connecticut? Looks Like Someone Bought It

Back in April, Trulia put together a round-up of the most expensive homes for sale in America. A $175 million sprawling waterfront estate in Connecticut cracked the top five. According to Christie's International Real Estate, which had the original listing, it's no longer available. We have no idea who coughed up the cash for this incredible property, but take a look at what they got for their money.

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According to Trulia, the 63-acre waterfront estate in Darien, Connecticut, is the fourth most expensive home currently for sale in America. See more from Christie's International Real Estate here.
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Known as "Great Island," the awe-inspiring 10-bedroom property, on the market for $175 million, is just 55 minutes from Manhattan. See more from Christie's International Real Estate here.
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The property was originally acquired in 1902 as a compound for a well-known family that still owns it, as the listing says. The original main house was built entirely out of a stone with a tile roof; it has unbelievable water views in all directions. See more from Christie's International Real Estate here.
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The quiet, solitude and unparalleled surroundings make one feel as if no other home is remotely nearby, though the nearest main-line railroad station is just about a mile away. See more from Christie's International Real Estate here.
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Bird life include hummingbirds and the majestic trees give the property a truly unique feel. See more from Christie's International Real Estate here.
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Take a walk on the lawn, go for a ride on one of the bike paths or enjoy in the extensive equestrian opportunities the property has to offer. See more from with Christie's International Real Estate here.
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Isthmuses with wide driveways connect Great Island to the mainland. See more from Christie's International Real Estate here.
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Two hundred stonemasons built the surrounding structures to the main house. Those structures include a stable with a ceiling like the famous one in Grand Central Terminal. See more from Christie's International Real Estate here.
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The property features a polo field, a few beach cottages, a caretaker's house, gatehouse and cow barn, among other buildings. See more from Christie's International Real Estate here.
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It also has a yacht basin. See more from Christie's International Real Estate here.
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The half-mile driveway takes you through open lawns with trees on either side as you meander toward the main house. See more from Christie's International Real Estate here.
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