Try keeping up with this Jones: If you’ve ever driven along King Street just north of the Westchester County Airport, you’ve seen a long, low but stately mansion tucked back just off the traffic circle. It’s home to The Tudor Group, a Greenwich, CT. hedge fund and investment fund started by Paul Tudor Jones II. Here’s another piece of real estate owned by Tudor Jones II which is no where near Westchester or Greenwich: Known as Tudor Farm, the grand Maryland equestrian estate is for sale. Price: $30 million. Here’s the story from Top Ten Real Estate Deals:
Jones weekends on a grand scale on his 6,250 acre hunting and equestrian estate on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Considered to be possibly the most magnificent sport estate in the country, Tudor Farms was built in 1990 with main lodge, guest house, large horse stable and even larger indoor riding arena. The main lodge measures 14,000 square feet with 11 bedrooms, 11 baths, rooms for gathering, games and indoor sports courts. Fishing and hunting begins practically at the front door and goes on forever.
Hunting lodge plus indoor tennis, racetrack, riding ring, 11 bedrooms, 10.5 baths, 6,250 acres. Priced at $30 million. More photos, plus the listing from Sotheby’s