Former world number one tennis player Ivan Lendl is selling his mansion in Goshen, Connecticut for $19.75 million. Luxury home has bounced on and off the market over the years, but with all the amenities anyone could want, it’s surprising it couldn’t find the buyer. The 20,000-square-foot single-family mansion spreads on a humongous 420-acre lot and features 10 bedrooms and 15 total bathrooms. Built in 1992, this waterfront, modern Georgian Colonial has views of the foothills and pastures, and is stacked with all kinds of luxury amenities imaginable.
The property includes a barn, paddocks, cabana, guest house, ponds and grand public spaces. There is both an indoor pool and an outdoor pool, extensive sculpted gardens with mature trees, a tennis and basketball court and a detached eight-car garage.
Inside the mansion, you’ll find French doors and windows, high coffered and beamed ceilings and plush stone-tiled flooring. There is a large, open, professional kitchen with butler’s pantry and the latest in appliances. The formal dining room, great room and family room round out the must-haves in an estate of this scale. Not to forget a library, and the master suite with a fireplace and a dressing room.
There also is an elevator to whisk family and guests to the 25 rooms in the mansion.
The listing described the place as:
“Gorgeous Georgian Colonial Estate with every amenity, overlooking distant vistas and foothills, set privately on over 450 acres of level open pasture, Gatehouse, gated entry, Horse Barn with Paddocks, Indoor and Outdoor Pools, Ponds, Caretakers Apt.”