Ron Howard Lists Connecticut Estate for $27.5M

US director Ron Howard arrives on the red carpet for the BAFTA British Academy Film Awards at the Royal Opera House in London on February 16, 2014. AFP PHOTO / ANDREW COWIEANDREW COWIE/AFP/Getty Images  [[SLIDE]]

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May 6, 2014 12:57 PM

Ron Howard’s family has grown up and moved out, which means he doesn’t need 33 acres to call home anymore.

The Academy Award-winning director recently listed his Greenwich, Conn. estate with agent Robin Kencel for $27.5 million, and the Conyers Farms property is loaded with amenities and over-the-top features.

Not only does it consiste of a six-bedroom, five-bathroom main house, the estate also includes a two-bedroom guest house, an indoor sports complex, an indoor pool, an observatory with a Meade telescope, barns (multiple), paddocks (yes, multiple), a greenhouse, and organic gardens, according to the listing.

For a peak inside the house, which is just an hour’s drive from New York City, check out the Sotheby’s slideshow.

h/t Greenwich Time

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