FILE - This 1981 file photo shows actress Katharine Hepburn. Connecticut's second-highest court upheld a lower court ruling ordering Frank Sciame a prominent New York City developer was ordered to shave a foot off the height of two 5-foot granite posts he had installed at the driveway entrance to Hepburn's former estate along the Connecticut shore. Sciame bought Hepburn's nearly 4-acre estate, which includes an 8,400-square-foot home, for $6 million in 2004. He made extensive renovations and is now trying to sell it for $30 million. (AP Photo, File)

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FILE - This 1981 file photo shows actress Katharine Hepburn.  Connecticut's second-highest court upheld a lower court ruling ordering Frank Sciame a prominent New York City developer was ordered to shave a foot off the height of two 5-foot granite posts he had installed at the driveway entrance to Hepburn's former estate along the Connecticut shore. Sciame bought Hepburn's nearly 4-acre estate, which includes an 8,400-square-foot home, for $6 million in 2004. He made extensive renovations and is now trying to sell it for $30 million. (AP Photo, File)
FILE - This 1981 file photo shows actress Katharine Hepburn. Connecticut's second-highest court upheld a lower court ruling ordering Frank Sciame a prominent New York City developer was ordered to shave a foot off the height of two 5-foot granite posts he had installed at the driveway entrance to Hepburn's former estate along the Connecticut shore. Sciame bought Hepburn's nearly 4-acre estate, which includes an 8,400-square-foot home, for $6 million in 2004. He made extensive renovations and is now trying to sell it for $30 million. (AP Photo, File)
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