The actor once shared the historic estate with now ex-wife Robyn

Updated July 26, 2012 03:00 PM
Courtesy Sotheby's; Inset: Ramey

Mel Gibson‘s former Connecticut home – which the actor sold in 2010 for $24 million – is back on the market again.

The grand and historic estate, which Gibson bought in 1994 while married to now ex-wife Robyn, has gone on sale for $33 million, reports

Built in 1926, the Old Mill Farm sits on 75 acres of land in tony Greenwich, Conn. In addition to having 15 bedrooms, it features an expansive stable, a swimming pool and a life-size chess game that would rival a Harry Potter wizarding chess board.

Gibson also recently put his and Robyn’s Malibu estate up for $11.8 million, but it has yet to sell.