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For $13 Million You Can Live the Tuscan Life in Greenwich, Conn.

A gilded-age mansion built in a rustic stone style hits the market.
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Source: Douglas Elliman Real Estate

In 1900, two years before he would be named the president of American Radiator (the predecessor to American Standard), Clarence Wolley built a Tuscan-style estate in Greenwich, Conn. Now its latest owners, Andrew and Judith Ban, entrepreneurs who founded the wholesale jewelry line Leslie's Jewelry, are putting the house on the market for $12.995 million after living in it for 25 years. (They bought the main house in 1991 for $2.9 million.)

"We're leaving now because my daughter moved out to the city," said Andrew Ban. "For just the two of us, the house is way too big."