Peyton Patterson, former CEO and president of the New Canaan-based Bankwell Financial Group, has sold her Clearview Lane home for $5.1 million, according to records at the Town Clerk's Office.

Patterson resigned from the bank in August after the disclosure of personal financial problems. She was served with a series of civil lawsuits over the past year and a half, and was ordered this year to pay nearly $400,000 to two private country clubs and a credit card company after the three successfully sued her for outstanding debt, according to the state Department of Justice website.

Her New Canaan property, which she bought in 2012, was sold Thursday to Delaware-based Belcam Holdings LLC.

The 3.2-acre, waterfront property was listed on Zillow.com with an asking price of $5.25 million in September, but the post was removed this week.

According to the listing, all three floors of the "elegant brick Georgian" were completely renovated in 2012-13 "using the finest designers and materials."

Patterson also owns a larger property in Madison, where she was sued for failing to pay her taxes. She bought that house with her ex-husband in 2002. The Colonial was rehabilitated in the 1950s by famous architect Philip Johnson, who also designed New Canaan's Glass House. The 6-acre property is on the market for $1,750,000, according to Zillow.com.

--Nelson Oliveira