Old Greenwich’s ‘Best Custom Home’

Photographs courtesy Sotheby’s.

This incredible 2015 HOBI award-winning ‘BEST CUSTOM HOME’ sits directly on Old Greenwich’s coveted Little Cove with dock and mesmerizing water views. 

Designed by Pagliaro Bartels Sadja Architects the unique design incorporates elements of classic shingle style, while also displaying an open modern design with Baroque and Asian influences. Brilliant southern light with the most spectacular wide panoramic waterfront vistas across the cove to L.I Sound are unrivaled through impressive nearly 180’ degrees curved and rounded windows drawing in nature’s vibrant colors and light. 

The gorgeous island kitchen displays hand-picked Azul Macuba counter-tops, brilliant white lacquered cabinetry, radiant heated antique Jerusalem Gold antique limestone flooring, a waterfront breakfast area and more. 

The circular living room (and master suite above) has horizon-wide views of the outdoors and L.I. Sound through its rounded windows and offers comfort in the winter months with the large oversized fireplace with solid bluestone mantel. 

The formal dining room overlooks the Zen garden to one side, bringing in added serenity. The room serves  its guests nicely with its stylish glass wine cellar. 

Running across the entire back of the home the master suite features a bedroom area with sleek custom closets, a hand-crafted Brazilian hardwood bed with television, Juliet balcony, waterfront office with lacquered built-ins and incredible HOBI award-winning Asian-inspired, teak and Bali stone bath with rain shower, concrete infinity tub, refrigerated skin care cabinet & motorized window covers. 

Additional features include two secondary bedroom suites, a third-floor meditation room with Juliet balcony, a first-floor den with Douglas Fir paneling and built-ins, an incredible circular library rotunda with two-story wood and glass shelving units and a towering, hand-made, circular, stainless steel chandelier.

For more, visit sothebysrealty.com.

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