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The Reckoning on Round Hill Road
Why hedge fund managers can’t give away a house in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Illustration by Brown Bird Design. With their white siding, black shutters, and pillared porches, the colonial homes of Greenwich, Connecticut, evoke genteel New England and all the Yankee respectability that implies. But the town’s proximity to Manhattan, less than an hour away by commuter rail or town car, has made it
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