Mel Gibson's Former Greenwich Estate Has Been Reduced to $25.75 Million

Mel Gibson's former Greenwich estate is on the market.Old Mill Farm, the Greenwich estate once owned by Mad Max star Mel Gibson, offers buyers mad savings with its recent price cut. The nearly 16,000-square-foot manse hit the market in January 2015 with an asking price of $31.5 million. More than a year later, it has been reduced to $25,750,000. Gibson sold it in 2010 for $24 million to a Stamford-based attorney, Richard Lichter, and his wife. The 75-acre estate offers the circa-1926 Tudor home, as well as a pool, tennis court, stables and life-sized outdoor chessboard. Tamar Lurie of Coldwell Banker in Greenwich has the listing. 203-622-0245.

15 Bedrooms
10 Full Bathrooms
7- 1/2 Bathrooms
15,862 sq. ft.
75 acres
$25.75 million

Contact: Tamar Lurie at Coldwell Banker,, 203-622-0245

The formal living room of Mel Gibson's former Greenwich estate.The formal living room.


The home includes custom-painted murals.The home includes custom-painted murals.


A traditional library.A traditional library.


The grand dining room.The grand dining room.


The elegant master bedroom.The elegant master bedroom.


A marble bath and shower in the master bath.A marble tub and shower in the master bathroom.


The grounds feature an outdoor chessboard.The grounds feature an outdoor chessboard.


The James Doyle-designed hedge maze.The James Doyle-designed hedge maze.


The private tennis court.The private tennis court.

A version of this article appeared in the March 2016 issue of CTC&G (Connecticut Cottages & Gardens) with the headline: Mad Savings.