The musician finally sold the glassy desert escape with a surprisingly robust garden after 18 months on the market.
The beloved comedian and his wife built this L.A. sanctuary in 1939, but now it will be legendary for an additional reason.
While still staggering in price, the amended contract grants the coastal Fairfield County town a discount of roughly $15 million.
This new-old home dates back to the 1850s, but was recently reborn thanks to an artful gut renovation by the renowned architect.
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