Perhaps to highlight just how "dramatic and special" this 5250 sq. ft. European-style villa is, the listing photos include a snapshot from what we're assuming is a charity event, string section and all.
Built using "all high end quality materials" by hedge fund billionaire Philip Falcone in 1999, the Noyac home offers a 30 ft. ceiling in both the entry and living room, imported Indonesian beams and red oak flooring throughout, and a pair of master suites with an adjoining sitting room or office. The 1.3 acre property also features?what else??a heated gunite pool (but with a waterfall!) as well as mature specimen plantings.
After a recent $210K pricechop, the home is now asking $2.94M. Even if it takes another chop or two to find a buyer, the current owners will still be in a good position to come away with a nice little profit. They purchased the place from Mr. Falcone back in 2005 for a little less than $1.6M.