Campbell’s Soup Luxury Estate on the Market

The luxury residence of Campbell's billionaire Jack Dorrance has gone on the market more than 20 years after his death, according to this report from The Daily Mail The estate known as Linden Hill, which once housed the soup heir's vast collection of more than $120million worth of art and over $100,000 in wine, is being sold off by its current owner venture capitalist Robert Burch. The property with eight bedrooms and ten bathrooms stands in a 50 acre estate in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, has been restored to its heyday by Burch and it now resembles again the home John Dorrance Sr's son once acquired.

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