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Another property: Clark also owned this Connecticut mansion, Le Beau Chateau, in New Canaan but it went empty for more than 60 years. When she tried to sell it, reporter Bill Dedman investigated who the owner had been and Clark's story was revealed

Never-before-seen photos of copper heiress Huguette Clark are released

Explore the mysterious world of reclusive heiress Huguette Clark, with photos and videos from the No. 1 bestselling book "Empty Mansions: The Mysterious Life of Hugette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune.

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Huguette Clark owned several apartments on Fifth Avenue, a mansion in Connecticut and a house in California, but chose to live for two decad...

Eccentric Heiress's Untouched Treasures Head For The Auction Block

Huguette Clark owned several apartments on Fifth Avenue, a mansion in Connecticut and a house in California, but chose to live for two decad.

John Makely. Collection of Bill Dedman from EmptyMansionsBook.com

The stove from the in Le Beau Château, Huguette Clark's country retreat on 52 acres in New Canaan, Connecticut, unlived in since

Huguette Clark (1906-2011) Scene from My Window — Night

The three Fifth Avenue apartments owned by Huguette Clark, the reclusive copper heiress who died last year, are now being listed.

Eerie Photos Reveal The Lonely Life Of A Reclusive Heiress And Her Empty Mansions

Eerie Photos Reveal The Lonely Life Of A Reclusive Heiress And Her Empty Mansions

A two-story addition put on by Huguette Clark at Le Beau Château, Huguette Clark's country retreat on 52 acres in New Canaan, Connecticut, unlived in since

The spiral front staircase of Le Beau Château, Huguette Clark’s country retreat on 52 acres in New Canaan, Connecticut, unlived in since 1951.

Eerie Photos Reveal The Lonely Life Of A Reclusive Heiress And Her Empty Mansions

The spiral front staircase of Le Beau Château, Huguette Clark’s country retreat on 52 acres in New Canaan, Connecticut, unlived in since

The $15.9 million estate, known as Le Beau Château, was bought by Clark in 1952 - but she never spent a single night there.   For more than 60 years the only people to have seen the empty, but perfectly preserved mansion, are the father-and-son caretakers who live in two cottages at the end of a winding driveway.

Reclusive heiress Huguette Clark’s 52-acre estate bought as a Cold War bunker to be broken up into lots after failing to sell for $15.9 million

In Huguette Clark purchased Le Beau Chateau, a mansion that sits on 52 wooded acres at 104 Dans Highway in New Canaan.

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