New England Land Company Lists 13 Acre Greenwich Estate
For the first time in over 45 years, Greenwich’s most luxurious compound has hit the market.
Nestled between the Byram River and 250+ acre Seton Scout Reservation, this colonial compound has entered the market after nearly a half-century. The residence was originally built on the cusp of the 20th century and has since been meticulously maintained to the highest standards since.
The compound consists of three separate lots, totaling 13.15 stunning and perfectly landscaped acres. The center hall offers custom colonial details and texture with antique quarter sawn oak flooring, English pine paneling, beamed ceilings, and millwork integrated with all modern amenities. A wine connoisseur’s dream, the estate boasts a beautiful custom wine cellar waiting to be stocked with the best wines from around the world.
The three levels of formal and informal east-facing spaces open to a veranda, deck, and porches overlooking lush grounds, broad lawns, a vegetable garden, and woodland accented by stone walls. Venture outside to find an array of terraces, winding paths, pools, a Hartru tennis court, golf gree, and campsite. Beyond the main estate sits a charming post and beam guest house complete with a master suite, two great rooms, a fieldstone fireplace, and a full kitchen.
Images courtesy of New England Land Company.
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