An extraordinary stone and clapboard home designed by architect Rich Granoff and built by Doherty & DeLeo, this 15,656-square-foot house is exceptionally constructed.
Set at the end of Old Round Hill Lane, overlooking 16 pristine acres of the Greenwich Land Trust off Round Hill Road, the estate is a welcome destination after everyone’s favorite meandering drive to and from Greenwich Avenue. The 2.13-acre property is in a gated community offering residents both privacy and security. As the automatic gates open and you enter the courtyard, you are immediately moved by the strong architectural statement of the home framed by manicured lawns, formal gardens and mature trees. This continues as you take the sweeping drive around to the four-car garage.
The meticulously maintained 15 rooms — including six bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and three powder rooms — offer grand public spaces and glamorous private ones, including the master suite and an impressive secondary one.
Graced by nine fireplaces and a pool, the home is available furnished and has been decorated with precision with an eye to balancing lighter, more delicate spaces with darker, more imposing ones. A buyer with an equally discerning eye — and $11,495,000 — can simply pick up the keys and move right in to excellence. Whether you’re a Manhattanite heading to the suburbs or an international buyer considering Greenwich, you’ll feel stylishly at home.
For more, contact Jill Tighe Kelly at 203-616-3141 or Jill Patricot at 917-488-8189 or 203-869-4343.