The Hillsborough Tudor estate has hosted at least four US Presidents(Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Bush), as well as British prime minister Margaret Thatcher and King Hussein of Jordan. With 12 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms (that’s 12 fulls and 3 halfs), it was probably rather easy to find space for the dignitaries and their entourages. The estate was built in 1932 for banker Tobin Clarke and stayed in her family for the next 60 years. Set on nearly six acres, the home includes a 35,000-square-foot main residence, a pool with a pool house, endless gardens, and, yes, a waterfall. Although the entire house is exquisite, the Grand Music Room, with its 15-foot-high ceilings, imported antique parquet de Versailles flooring, and triple gold-gilt moldings, is the most dramatic spot in the manse. Despite the grandeur, the mansion has a checkered listing history. It first went on the market in January 2012 for $29 million and then cycled through at least a dozen delistings, relistings, and price changes, eventually falling to $23.888 million before finally finding a taker at $22.8 million.