Photographs courtesy Sotheby’s.
It’s “tennis everyone” at this bespoke Shingle-style home by award-winning Greenwich architect Joeb Moore, situated on two and a half lush, private acres on a quiet cul-de-sac near town off prestigious Round Hill Road.
Built and maintained by Hobbs Inc., the 9,823-square-foot house sports a fresh, gracious environment for modern living. Light-infused interiors, boasting fine millwork, overlook broad tree-lined lawns with landscaping by Devore Associates. The exquisite public rooms include a family room, a dining room and a library with French doors opening to a terrace. (There are also eight bedrooms and nine
full and two partial bathrooms.)
But what really makes this house special are its sporting accommodations. A separate 1,694-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom tennis pavilion/guest house designed by Shope Reno Wharton overlooks a Har-Tru tennis court, a sports court, a pool and a hot tub under a gazebo. (A second 781-square-foot cottage lies adjacent to a fenced-in vegetable garden.)
The tennis pavilion also contains two gathering places and a sauna.
Tennis not your thing? The main house has a dedicated space for Pilates, a gym tower and plenty of play space on the lower level.
The property lists for $9,250,000. For more, call Joseph Barbieri at 203-940-2025 or 203-618-3112.