Mel Gibson's Tudor Mansion

Mel Gibson's Tudor Mansion

Mel Gibson can direct and star in blockbuster movies and get DUIs expunged from his record, but there's one thing he can't do: sell this house. On the market since 2007, the house has had its asking price dropped several times: it started at $39 million, then dropped to $35 million. With his divorce from longtime wife Robyn and a girlfriend pregnant with his eight child, he sliced the price again in June to $29.75 million.The mansion, known as "Old Mill Farm," was designed and built in 1926 by architect Charles Lewis Bowman for horse-loving client G.L. Ohrstrom. The Tudor-inspired mansion has a whopping 15,800 square feet of living space, with 15 bedrooms and 18 baths, and includes a great hall with 40-foot cathedral ceilings, a minstrel's gallery and a walk-in fireplace. The home also comes with 77 acres of land, a huge landscaped yard (including a maze) fashioned by landscape designer James Doyle, staff houses, log cabin, pond, greenhouse and stable.

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