Thomas Peterffy, who is a hungary-born billionaire and who made a great fortune in stock market, has his gargantuan real estate property in Greenwich listed for $65 million. His 80-acre estate in Greenwich is one of the most exclusive gated properties in the state of Connecticut.

Business Insider says that Thomas Peterffy's exclusive Conyers Farm was bought in 2014. Peterffy's farm is said to be the largest real estate property in Greenwich. It has 3 guest cottages with 22-slot horse stable. According to the report, Peterffy has 6 horses in the farm. Aside from the cottages and stables, the Conyers Farm estate's main residence has an area of 8,000 square feet.

The reason for selling the property according to the report is that Thomas Peterffy is no longer using the huge estate as his primary residence.

The Thomas Peterffy's exclusive Conyers Farm is now listed in David Ogilvy of David Ogilvy & Associates.  The real estate firm is associated with Christie's International Real Estate.

The Wall Street Journal has a more detailed description of the Thomas Peterffy's exclusive Conyers Farm. The Conyers Farm was built in the 1900s including the main house of Thomas Peterffy and other building of the estate. The place was renovated in 1980s before it was owned by Peterffy. The main house has a two-story library which has a bay window, two covered porches and terraces.

The Conyers Farm also has a swimming pool and a tennis court. But one of the 3 guest cottages has been converted into an office of Thomas Peterffy. The 2nd guesthouse, which used to be a private fire house, has 3 guest rooms and 3 bath rooms. The 3rd guesthouse now has 4 guest rooms.

Thomas Peterffy is known as the pioneer of computerized stock trading. He came to New York when he was still in his early 20s. Now at 70, he is one of the successful billionaire in the United States and known to be the "founder of Greenwich-based security brokerage firm Interactive Brokers Group".