Starry nights in an English country home

A mid-country Greenwich estate that lets the winter (spring, summer and fall) in.

The spare beauty of the winter sky envelops you in this mid-country Greenwich compound.

Built in 1930 and renovated by architect Laurent “Rink” DuPont, this 10,000-plus-square-foot English manor house, priced at $10,950,000, is filled with windows that let in more than five acres of grand specimen trees and, in the soft seasons sweeping lawns and spectacular gardens, not to mention the New England stone and wrought-iron work of two custom gated entries and an impressive circular courtyard. 

Inside, you’ll find 18 rooms — including seven full and two partial bathrooms — characterized by beautiful proportions, high ceilings, magnificent architectural detail and extraordinary craftsmanship.

A fabulous 2,300-plus-square-foot guesthouse offering a three-room apartment and a pool cabana, has also been refurbished to offer the amenities of a contemporary lifestyle while retaining the original ambiance and timeless elegance of the estate. A detached three-car carriage house with a huge, unfinished space above provides additional garage space. And you can spend your days dreaming of summer by the lovely heated outdoor pool with spa or playing tennis on a court for all seasons.

For more, contact Brad Hvolbeck at 203-940-0015 or 203-618-3110 or Marijane Bates Hvolbeck at 203-983-3832.

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