Casual style in Old Greenwich

Epitomizing Old Greenwich’s casual, coastal chic, this 11-room home on Tomac Court is filled with light and contemporary charm. Custom built in 2008, it feels brand new. All the interiors have been freshly painted with crisp whites and neutrals and all the hardwood floors refinished, creating an airy aesthetic. Features include a stunning kitchen with an island and top-of-the-line appliances, along with a separate breakfast nook that sits adjacent to a family room graced by a fireplace, a coffered ceiling and French doors. These open out onto a private, level backyard with a bluestone terrace. (The property is about 0.20 acres in total.)

The four bedrooms upstairs include a bright, generous, master suite with a beautifully lit recessed ceiling, a walk-in closet and a sumptuous master bath — the perfect respite at the end of a busy day. 

A finished lower level with 9-foot ceilings has a large playroom, a rock climbing wall, “American Ninja Warrior” obstacles, monkey bars and a swing, along with an au pair suite with a full bath and access to outside. (Besides the five bedrooms, there are three full baths and one partial bath.)

Best of all, the $2,395,000 house is on a quiet cul-de-sac that’s just minutes away from the Eastern Middle School; the Old Greenwich stop on the Metro-North New Haven Line; irresistible boutiques and eateries on Sound Beach Avenue (think Greenwich Avenue without the pressure) and the beach. As lyricist Ira Gershwin would say, “Who could ask for anything more?”

But for more, contact Renee Haggquist  at 203-570-5313 or email

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