In Greenwich, it's recognized as the "White House," but the home on 408 North Street was designed to be a reproduction of Marie Antoinette's Petit Trianon on the grounds of Versailles. Now the royal replica is on the market for $32 million.\u00a0 The French chateau-style house was built in 1913 by Laura Robinson, according to previous reporting by the Greenwich Time, who was an heiress to the Diamond Match Company (a 19th century match manufacturer) and Goodrich Tire fortunes. Robinson had to request permission from the French government to recreate the scaled-down version of the Versailles property, and the home took $1 million and three years to complete.\u00a0 The home is currently owned by former U.S. marine filmmaker\u00a0Reverge Anselmo, according to public relations manager for Sotheby's International Realty Rachel Coletta. Anselmo\u00a0wrote and directed\u00a0"Stateside," an autobiographical movie based on his teenage years and path to through the marines. The home has been in the Anselmo family for over 50 years and was previously owned by Reverge's father, Rene\u00a0Anselmo, the founder of Univision. The family listed the home in 2010 for $39 million, but it did not sell at the time.\u00a0 Inside its nearly 11,000 square feet of living space, there are five bedrooms and five full bathrooms, along with several living and dining rooms with museum-like features that make the home a "true replica to every detail," according to the listing. Also part of the home are a solarium, a wine cellar and a butler's pantry.\u00a0 As expansive as the "Petit Trianon Deux" home is on the inside, there's also over 18 acres of property outside, the listing notes, with a reflecting pool, fountain and 60-foot American Sweetgum trees leading the way to the home's entrance. \u00a0The rest of the property contains saltwater pool, a clay tennis court and a greenhouse with a potting shed. There is also a guest house on the property, as well as stables dating back to 1913 that contain "groomsmen quarters."