28 May 2021

11,000 Square Foot Colonial-Style New Build In Greenwich, CT

LOT SIZE: 4.00 acres
BATHROOMS: 6 full, 3 half
LIST PRICE: $17,500,000
LISTING AGENT(S): Brian Milton of Compass

This newly built Colonial-inspired mansion is modern glamour in back-country Greenwich, CT. Sited on four acres of land, the stately residence boasts an interior with grand and intimate spaces that make for effortless living and entertaining; its countless meticulously designed details throughout make for a sensory overload.

It features approximately 11,675 square feet of living space with six bedrooms, six full and three half bathrooms, two-story foyer with imperial staircase, an elevator, formal living and dining rooms, a butler's pantry, eat-in gourmet kitchen with dual butcher block island, breakfast room, family room and great rooms with fireplaces, music room and wet bar, a wood-paneled home office with fireplace, second floor sitting room with fireplace, third floor flex room with cupola, garage parking for four-cars, and much more. Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court, a porte-cochere, covered porches, open and covered patios, and a rooftop deck.

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  1. Cheap-ass clapboard lumber construction outside, but a very nice - borderline gracious - interior.
    Let's look at the Master bathroom. That stupid livestock watering trough they cann a "soaker" bathtub is awful. Not nearly large enough for Mr. & Mrs. and their FWB to enjoy together, no bubble jets, no well-equipped niche with surrounds for romantic lighting, cocktails, or toys. A Master Bath should have an oversized whirlpool spa, sensuously set in a well-appointed space, with audio-visual entertainment - even a fireplace. And how are Him and Her going to fool around from private showers set across the room from each other? Hey, Mr. Architect, a mansion's Master bathroom is supposed to be an adult playground, an amusement park for grownups to kindle lust, encourage romance, and celebrate their success. You've made this one just a washroom, and a miserable one at that.

    1. Thank you for the feedback; I always appreciate your assessments of these homes 😁


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