27 February 2020

13,000 Square Foot Colonial-Style Mansion In Greenwich, CT (FLOOR PLANS)

Resembling a stately historical home, this newly built Colonial-style mansion in Greenwich, CT is situated on nearly two and a half acres of park-like land. Designed by the award-winning Gardiner & Larson, there is a showcase of modern details and finely crafted millwork from the inside out and top to bottom.

The stately residence features approximately 13,412 square feet of living space with seven bedrooms, eight full and two half bathrooms, foyer with L-shaped staircase, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, sitting room, butler's pantry, chef-inspired eat-in kitchen with skylights, breakfast room, family room with fireplace and vaulted ceiling, sun room with fireplace, an office, rear staircase, elevator, lower level family room with fireplace and game room, a three-car garage with two-bedroom guest quarters above, and much more. Outdoor features include a covered porch with skylights, patios, swimming pool, and a pool house with living and dining areas, bar, and a bathroom.




BATHROOMS: 8 full, 2 half

LIST PRICE: $12,850,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Joanne Mancuso of Houlihan Lawrence



  1. For a 13+K square foot, $13 million mansion, I should be blown away by numerous monumental rooms, breathtaking joinery, overwhelming fireplaces, windows, flooring and ceilings, but I'm not because there's none of that to be seen. Two-story ceilings are few and far between - none of the formal rooms are so honored, and they all should have been. Despite the nonsense claims in the listing, there's nothing to see here. Given the gawdawful weather in CT, one would think an indoor pool would be a given in this class, but even that necessity was missed. Outdoor facilites are pathetic - not even a summer kitchen is mentioned. No pool house. Nothing but a couple of covered porches.

    Knock yourself out looking for innovation, creativity, or exotic features. A completely blown opportunity, built to maximize profit to the seller, with nary a bone thrown to the noble art and science of architecture.

    1. Your feedback on this mansion is very much appreciated.


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