House of the Month by Sotheby’s International Realty

The latest home from the real estate firm has everything the suburban athlete could want.

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.

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