REXFORD, N.Y. -- It was once on the market for nearly $13 million, But the Llenroc mansion in Rexford has been sold at a shocking price - $1.9 million.
It was once home to disgraced insurer Albert Lawrence and went up for sale in October of 2007, just before the crash of the real estate market.
The home has a helicopter pad, fifteen fireplaces, ten bathrooms, a five-story elevator, and ceilings gilded in 24 karat gold.
Lawrence was sentenced in 2000 to 20 years in prison for embezzlement, fraud, and tax evasion. He died in 2002.
CLICK HERE for images from inside and outside the Llenroc mansion (via Luxist)