Beyond the formal gardens, past sculpted terraces and ornate fountains, rises Wethersfield â the country estate of what was once one of Americaâs wealthiest families.
There, among rolling hills 95 miles north of New York, a grandson of James Jewett Stillman, head of the bank that would grow into Citigroup Inc., envisioned his private Eden â a redoubt of horse-drawn carriages, strutting peacocks and Gilded Age splendor.
But today, like characters out of Evelyn Waugh, Stillmanâs heirs are fighting...
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