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An heiress to the Johnson & Johnson fortune is selling her 600-acre farm for $28.5 million

Elizabeth Ross "Libet" Johnson, a Johnson & Johnson heiress with an appetite for high-end real estate, is selling her Millbrook, New York, horse farm, the Wall Street Journal reported. Set on more than 600 stunning acres of land, Lightning Tree Farm has a private helipad and an 18-stall horse stable. The property is also host to a large main house with nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a movie theater.
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