It's a stunning, 20,000-square-foot waterfront estate in Greenwich, Connecticut, perched on its own semi-private peninsula, so why won't it sell?  The current owners have been trying to sell it since 2014, and after being pulled off the market for a bit, it's back at almost half the price.

The current owners first put it on the market for $54 million.  They originally bought it from Ivana Trump in 1998 for just $15 million.  21 Vista Drive, listed by Rob Johnson with Brown Harris Stevens, is listing it for just under $30 million.

Sitting on nearly six acres, this truly is one of the most significant waterfront estates in Greenwich, and includes over 750 feet of shoreline frontage.  Just wait until you see the views of the Long Island Sound.

According to the listing, there's a guarded gatehouse for extra privacy and security.  The gorgeous manicured landscaping is home to gardens, a swimming pool, and a tennis court, with easy access to the deep water dock.

Built in 1939, the soaring entry is fit for a queen with plenty of grandiose formal areas and family spaces, a 20-seat theatre, sprawling guest suites, and generous staff accommodations, according to the listing.

In all, the home has 11 bedrooms,16 bathrooms, and eight wood-burning fireplaces. It also has an indoor lap pool for those chilly New England winters.  It truly is a magnificent home perched on its own semi-private peninsula just an hour outside New York City, and minutes from downtown Greenwich.

Get ready for a breathtaking tour.

Tour the Stunning New England Mansion for Sale that Ivana Trump Won in the Divorce

21 Vista Drive in Greenwich, Connecticut is listed by Rob Johnson with Brown Harris Stevens

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