The late Leona Helmsley’s Greenwich, CT estate, dubbed Dunnellen Hall, has sold for a mere $35,000,000; a whopping $90,000,000 price cut from its initial listing price. If you recall, the 40+ acre estate was first put on the market for a hefty $125 million back in April of 2008. The home then went through numerous price reductions and was recently listed at $55,000,000 earlier this year. The 22,000 square foot, 28-room mansion was built in 1918 and boasts 14 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, large reception hall with 86-foot gallery, exquisite gardens, 75-foot outdoor swimming pool, pool house and tennis court. Greenwich is a very desirable area, so to know that a home of this magnitude sold for much less than it’s original asking price should be a lesson to all the other “mega mansion” homeowners out there (Candy Spelling, Suzanne Saperstein and David Siegel). I wonder who bought it?