A mostly empty Colonial mansion on a manicured 4 acre estate in Greenwich, Connecticut is looking for a buyer after sitting on the market since 2014. The 92-year-old home first listed in June 2014 for $11,500,000. It spent three years ambitiously seeking that perfect buyer before dropping to $6,700,000 in late-2018. It dropped to $5,800,000 earlier this year and has just been reduced to $3,900,000. It seems whoever ends up taking ownership will be getting the deal of the decade. The nearly 10,000 square foot residence was built c.1927 and still retains much of the original charm and unique architecture. A gracious front-to-back foyer with an exceptionally detailled dutch front door with leaded fan light and matching sidelights sets the stage for principal rooms on the main floor. There’s a step-down living room with panelling, extensive mouldings, French doors and a fireplace, while a formal dining room with adjacent dining alcove is perfect for entertaining large groups. There is a library with built-ins and three exposures, a large kitchen and breakfast room, family room and year-round solarium. There are a total of six bedrooms, six full and one half bathrooms. In addition to the main house, there is also a separate two-bedroom cottage with a private driveway. The 4 acre property includes a swimming pool, pool house and tennis court. The residence is sitting mostly unfurnished so we’ve included a selection of previous listing photos below to show the potential (these photos are marked with a caption). This c.1927 Colonial is currently on the market for $3,900,000 with Sotheby’s International Realty.