Crooner and talk-show Harry Connick Jr. and his wife, model Jill Goodacre Connick, have put their New Canaan mansion on the market for $7.5 million, the WSJ said.
Connick did not say where they planned to move but told the Wall Street Journal that he and his wife want to do a new renovation project.
The rustic house is a converted barn that was originally built in 1890. It has dropdown TV and a Steinway, which was a gift from Goodacre to Connick on his 30th birthday, according to a video tour of the house. They have lived for their 20 years and raised their three daughters there, the story said.
The 4.6-acre property includes a swimming pool, a gym and a small barn, according to the WSJ.
Connick, 49, is a singer, songwriter, actor, judge on "American Idol" and now hosts his own syndicated talk show, dubbed "Harry." He has sold over 28 million albums worldwide.
Click here to watch a video tour of the home with Harry Connick at People.com. Click here to read the story about the sale at the Wall Street Journal website.
Click here to see the listing at the Houlihan Lawrence website.
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