Please visit our ACCESSIBILITY page to learn more about available accommodations. For additional information or to request accommodation, please contact us at 888-454-4536 or . Keep scrolling for a tour of its taxidermy-filled interiors. Email AlertsSend me email alerts for this search. Tom Baldwin, a Chicago bond trader who bought the property 29 years ago and restored it to its original splendor, first listed the property one year ago for $40 million. He is now listing it for $19.5 million. The cabin was built in the early nineteen-twenties by Louis G. Kaufman, a banker and businessman who helped finance the construction of the Empire State Building. He came up with the name Granot Loma by combining letters from the names of his children. Kaufman died in 1942, and more than four decades later Baldwin bought Granot Loma—and the five thousand acres on which it sits—for 4.25 million dollars. “I was looking for a large piece of property that had wilderness for outdoor recreation, and for privacy, as a retreat,” he told me. He embarked upon an extensive restoration, installing a kitchen equipped with appliances similar to those in the White House.