This architecturally stunning newly built home is located on Heronvue Road in Greenwich, CT. Priced at $4,375,000, a steal in Greenwich, this home contains 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and  10,700 square feet of living space. The home contains a front motor court, a 4-car garage, and plenty of space for an inground pool.

Here are the listing details:

On Heronvue Road, this architectural showplace that blends form and function into a perfect retreat. Dramatically located on a site overlooking some shallows in the Byram River and surrounded by nature conservancy, this stone and shingle masterpiece reflects the passion and artistry of its creator. A stunning double-height great room with massive stone fireplace that opens to a series of grand terraces and balconies is the heart of this elegant but informal home. The materials are luxurious and exotic – Brazilian walnut, Aingre, Jerusalem limestone and Italian marble; the finished product is airy and comfortable .

Intended as a builder’s own residence, this 6 bedroom house with 5 full and 3 half baths displays a myriad of custom details that both delight and intrigue. Other features include a sunny eat-in kitchen, formal living room with fireplace, dining room, office, master suite with fireplace and two balconies, a marble master bath with a steam shower and “boat” tub, a guest suite and a four car garage. 

The beautiful and tranquil property has an approved pool site. It is located in a private association that has a tennis court for the use of the residents. Heron’s Nest is also equipped with a generator for those occasions when Mother Nature exercises her wrath. Additionally, it has a “green” irrigation system – rainwater is stored in 1000 gallon cisterns located in vaults under the terraces, an exterior fireplace, outdoor shower, and landscape lighting. 

For the buyer who wishes a new home that reflects great confidence and craftsmanship, this is one that should be on the short list.

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  • Tony

    no bueno. maybe the photographer just sucks but every shot seemed clastrophobic. ceilings too low, hallways too narrow and rooms too cramped.




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  • potomac resident

    i like this one because it is almost exactly like my house! this one just has nicer finishes, landscaping, and smaller looking rooms.




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  • Venom

    Beautiful home.
    Very nice.




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  • Cindy S.

    The reason it’s priced so low is because of it’s horrible location!! It’s in high north greenwich on a deserted lane off of Riversville Road. It’s a pretty house but if it were in a better location it it would be 6+




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