Controversial radio host Don Imus has placed his waterfront estate on Long Island Sound in Westport, Conn. on the market for $30,000,000.
The Wall Street Journal on Friday (in a column uploaded to the Internet late Thursday) broke the story of Imus' listing of the 4-acre country-style compound on Beachside Avenue in Westport, which has 215 feet of beach frontage on Long Island Sound.
Imus' estate has a 16-room, 10,000-square-foot white clapboard Georgian revival-style main house, featuring six bedrooms, six baths, white-painted wood interiors and multiple bay windows, according to listing information. Features on the property include a two-bedroom guesthouse and a two-bedroom gate house.
The "I-man" paid $4,600,000 for the estate in 1997, and briefly had it on the market in 2005 for $30 million.
Check out an online listing sheet for Imus' estate -- plus photos -- here.
Imus continues to own his ranch in Ribera, New Mexico and his penthouse co-op unit in the building at 75 Central Park West in Manhattan.