This fabulous brick manor is located in Greenwich, CT. It was built in 1996 and boasts an exquisite interior with curved staircase, 6 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, and 10,088 square feet of living space. The 4-acre property includes a tennis court and swimming pool. It is listed at $8,400,000. What do you guys think?

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Magnificent pairs of cast iron gates open to the circular driveway. Broad low-riser steps lead to the mahogany front door with a limestone surround. The impressive center hall with one of two powder rooms rises three stories in a charming turret, and south-facing french doors open to the garden, while the floor is limestone and there is a balcony with Corinthian columns and a sweeping elliptical stairway. The formal living room with a fireplace has a bay window to the south as does the formal dining room. The generous drawing room has three exposures including bay windows and there is a wet bar and an audio system. The mahogany panelled library has a fireplace and a bay window as does the home office. The heart of the house is the family room with a fireplace and a coffered ceiling opening into the wonderful kitchen with a circular breakfast room – all facing south over the terrace with beautiful landscaping beyond it including a Japanese maple tree. There is a butler’s pantry, one of two laundries, a mudroom, a four-car garage and a delightful tower solarium/pool house with a wet bar overlooking the classic pool. Upstairs, the broad center hall with glass-fronted display cases opens to the sumptuous master suite with a sitting room, a memorable double bathroom with curved glass in the spa shower, a whirlpool tub and amazing closets, plus five additional bedrooms have en suite bathrooms, and there is a private wing for staff. The lower level has an enormous playroom, an exercise room, a media room and a powder room. The wonderful grounds, designed by the landscape architect Dale Parsons, include a tennis court and limestone or granite terraces. The interior detailing and crown moldings are plaster and wood, the ceilings are 10 feet on the first floor, 9 feet on the second, the windows are custom-crafted mahogany, the brick is Old Carolina hand thrown and the slate is premium Vermont – the quality is a treat.

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  • Marcus

    Nice house with very nice interior. Someone did a really good job with the photos. The only thing that looks a little odd (from the brokers site) are the add shaped areas of marble and wood in the master bath. I think it would have looked better with just the marble or the wood only.




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    • Grrrowler

      I agree about the wood and marble floor combo, both in the bath and the main entry way. One or the other in each space would have looked better. But, this is definitely a nice house. I would love to live in Greenwich. I’d have the change the decor to suit my tastes, and the stairway/upper hallway carpet would be the first to go.




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  • Stewie

    beautiful place




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  • Kyle

    Very classy and elegant.




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  • Chance

    The photos are very well done, as for the house it looks pretty good though I don’t care for some of the color combination’s, kinda weird but that’s easily fixed.




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