If God is in the details, then surely he must live in this 1930 Norman château on Mayfair Lane in Greenwich, which has a trove of exquisite details.
Start with six fireplaces, flamed bluestone floors and leaded glass windows and doors, with the French doors opening to a wraparound terrace and 13 acres fashioned into an English park.
The first floor features of this 11,927-square-foot house, which has been given a sensitive update by Bray Schaible Design Inc., include an inviting coffered-ceilinged two-story mahogany library, a stunning formal living room, a stainless steel chef’s kitchen with Garland, Miele and Traulsen appliances and an adjoining breakfast room. The seven bedrooms include a three-exposure master suite with a dramatic cathedral ceiling, two luxe bathrooms and two mahogany dressing rooms. (There are nine full and two partial baths in all.)
Secluded in its own wing is a gym and a 60-foot-long indoor pool that is as serene as it is modern in its angular design. A separate carriage house adds to the luster of this $14.9 million estate.
For more call Joseph Barbieri at 203-940-2025 or 203-618-3112; or Gretchen Bylow at 917-743-4115 or 203-869-4343.