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Regis Philbin and wife sell home in Connecticut
Television host Regis Philbin and his wife, Joy, have sold one of their Connecticut homes for $3 million.
The Greenwich Time reports that town records show the Colonial home in Greenwich was placed on the market for $3.8 million in July and sold for $3 million in September.
The buyer, Raymond LaChance, told the newspaper that the fact Mr. Philbin is the former owner is “kind of neat,” but that did not influence his and his wife’s decision to purchase the house.
The home has nearly 6,000 square feet of space and sits on 6 acres near a state park. It also includes a pool, a tennis court and a gazebo.
• Compiled from Web and wire service reports.
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