Tudor mansion offers luxury that's fit for presidents and kings

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Known by the modest name "House-On-Hill," this spectacular Tudor mansion has hosted the likes of Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Bush, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and King Hussein of Jordan. Built for banking heir Celia Tobin Clark by master prewar architect David Adler, the sprawling 35,000-square-foot main house was completed in 1931. For the next 60 years it served as the Tobin-Clark family’s personal castle, where they welcomed dignitaries amid extravagant period luxury.