Some high-end real estate properties stand out for their rooms, architecture, and outdoors, and some make headlines for their garage. Yes, you read that right! Recently, a mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut, has been listed on the market at a whopping price of $33.8 million. Along with other luxury features, the main highlight of the property is its 30-car garage on the lower level of the main building, along with a parking space for 36 cars. Well, if you’re someone with that money to spend, we’re jealous! And if you’re not, let’s check out the details anyway!
The mansion in question is completed with the main house, a swimming pool, and a pool house sitting on its sprawling 19.1 acres compound. Along with the dream garage, the main house also includes 17,878 square feet of living space with 10 bedrooms, 7 wood-burning fireplaces, and 14.5 bathrooms. After being built in 2009, the massive mansion is now on the market for the first time, listed by famous real estate company Brown Harris Stevens, at a price tag of $33,800,000. The property is a dream for any millionaire car aficionado.
The mansion’s basement garage is no doubt the crown jewel of the property. Apart from that, a three-car garage alongside a three-car Porte cochere is attached to the mudroom. Quick math reveals the total parking space on the entire property is 36, providing ample room for a one-of-its-kind car collection, a likely possible affordance for the owner of such a house. From the look of the pictures shared by the real estate group, the current owners of the Greenwich mansion have a strong affinity for Porsche, with a minimum of six Porsche 911s visible in the huge garage. Though it may feel like an absurd amount of money to spend on a house, no matter the luxury features or the garage, the mansion is surely a lucrative deal for those who have the funds!
Jamie Little Is Ready to Make Motorsports History Once More
Jamie Little was the first woman to cover a televised motocross event. In 2004, she became the first female pit reporter to cover the Indianapolis 500 on broadcast television. Eleven years later, she was the first woman TV pit reporter to cover both the Daytona 500 and the Indy 500.
This year, despite prodding from Fox Sports executives who wish to see her cover leagues with a broader audience like the NFL, Little will once again make motorsports history by becoming the first women to call race play-by-play as Narcar’s ARCA Menards announcer for Fox Sports.
Jamie Little Doesn’t Have the Ambition to Always Be the First
When asked about her upcoming achievement by the Observe, Little replied that she never aims to become the first to do something. She believes she is put in these roles because they are the natural progression of her reporting career.
Her move to ARCA is just another addition to her large professional portfolio as she will be continuing her pit reporting duties at Fox for Xfinity, Truck Series, and Nascar’s Cup. In fact, she will be juggling all four series at this year’s Daytona 500.
Little Partnered up With Parsons to Offer Comprehensive Play-by-Play Commentary
ARCA may seem like a downward move for Jamie Little because of the series’ lower audience viewership in comparison with other events that she covers. The reporter, however, ask Jacob Ullman, Fox Sports production senior vice president, for the job because she saw it as an opportunity to learn how to call live races
Jamie Little will be joined in the commentating booth by Phil Parsons, a longtime Fox NASCAR and ARCA analyst. The duo’s first rehearsals started in December over Zoom before moving to Charlotte for additional rehearsals at the Fox NASCAR studio.
Fox Sports executives are confident in the duo’s success because they believe Little to be one of their top broadcasters.