Not only was it the largest real estate transaction in Westport's history, but it also generated hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax revenue for town coffers.

The recent $130 million sale of the 53-acre Nyala Farms corporate office park by Florida-based Nyala Farms Inc. to Stamford-based 60 Nyala Farms Road LLC produced $325,000 in conveyance taxes, according to documents filed in the Town Clerk's office.

Conveyance taxes paid to the town are deposited in the general fund, said Town Clerk Patty Strauss. She said the transaction also generated conveyance taxes of $1,625,000 for the state.

There were also "mortgage, assignment and agreements" that were also filed with the warranty deed on June 27, she added.

The sale includes two tracts of land, totaling almost 53 acres in the Greens Farms section of town, as well as five office buildings on the site.

The property had been assessed at $78,264,810 on the 2013 grand list, the second-largest among local taxpayers.

On Monday, Larry Bradley, the town's planning and zoning director, said no plans for any potential expansion on the Nyala site have yet been filed with his department.

Last month, Bridgewater Associates, a major hedge fund, backed out of a state-brokered deal to move from Westport to a new headquarters in Stamford. Company officials have not said if the hedge fund will remain in Westport or look elsewhere for new quarters.

Bridgewater Associates currently maintains its trading floor and other offices at Nyala Farms and is the town's largest employer with its headquarters -- a 47,314 square foot complex -- at 1 Glendining Place. That property, which is assessed at $25,478,050, was the third-largest on last year's grand list of taxpayers.

On the same day that Bridgewater pulled out of the Stamford deal, its development partner in that proposed move -- Building and Land Technology -- purchased Nyala Farms under the 60 Nyala Farms Road LLC name.