We knew Greenwich was an expensive place to live but jeez! This 50-acre, 12 bedroom estate is up for grabs if your wallet is fat enough. The manor was built in 1898 and once belonged to the Lauder Greenway family (George Lauder was a partner in Carnegie Steel). Some of the selling points are the 4,000 feet of waterfront, two off-shore islands, a solarium, formal gardens and an apple orchard, a tennis court, an 1800-foot-long driveway, and a 75-foot-long heated pool. The home holds the record for the most expensive listing and leads the pack by a cool $55 million dollars. For all of those features we'd say it's a bargain, no? You should have bought more Powerball tickets.