Former CEO of the failed financial firm Lehman Brothers Dick Fuld is trying to dump his Idaho hideaway home, the New York Post reports.
As the 75 acre property is not formally listed anywhere there is no word on exactly how much Fuld is asking for it. But the Post reports that he owns a total of 97 acres of land in the area which was valued at $27 million in 2008.
The property is located on Big Wood River Drive in Sun Valley, Idaho. Fuld has been trying to sell it for about a year now.
It would be ionic, to say he least, should a man who was one of the key culprits in the financial meltdown of 2008 because of shenanigans related to sub prime mortgages be forced to take a loss on one of his personal properties.