Katharine Hepburn’s home: less than half price
Katharine Hepburn’s former Connecticut home is back on the market for $11.8 million, which is a steal compared to its 2011 listing price of $28 million. Hepburn’s parents bought the Old Saybrook home in 1913, and she spent summers there as a child; in 1938, several years after she received her first Academy Award, the house received significant damage from a hurricane and the actress decided to rebuild the structure to what it is today. Up until her death in 2003, she still spent summers there. The 8,368-square-foot home sits along 220 feet of Long Island Sound beach. The six-bedroom, eight-bathroom space was built in 1939 and was completely renovated to preserve the home’s aesthetic in 2005.
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