AOL’s Former CEO Lists Shope Reno Wharton-Designed Mansion for $26.75M (PHOTOS)


AOL’s Former CEO Lists Shope Reno Wharton-Designed Mansion for $26.75M

$26,750,000 | Built 2009 | 11,365 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 7.5 Baths | 2.2 Acres
Riverside, Connecticut, United States

The founder of Patch Media and former CEO of AOL, Timothy Armstrong, has listed his gorgeous shingle style residence in Riverside, Connecticut for $26.75 million. The 11,365 square foot home was designed by renowned architectural firm Shope Reno Wharton with crisp and clean interiors by New York decorator Victoria Hagan. The shingle and stone residence was built in 2009 on an elevated 2.2 acre waterfront lot with views to Greenwich Cove, Tod’s Point and Long Island Sound. Graciously proportioned and flowing rooms ideal for grand entertaining with an intimate feel, the residence includes a lovely entry hall with winding staircase opening to a bright living room with water views. There is a large dining room with fireplace, massive gourmet kitchen with center island and 6 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. A walkout lower level includes a lounge, bar, wine wall and game room opening to a terrace with infinity pool overlooking the water. The builder of the home, Doron Sabag of SBP Homes, just so happens to be the agent selling the property. It’s on the market for $26.75 million with Doron Sabag of Houlihan Lawrence. Annual taxes are estimated at $128,328. Photography by Durston Saylor. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Armstrong has a net worth of $450 million.

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