This magnificent stone and brick English Manor is located on Pecksland Road in Greenwich, CT. Built in 2001, this exquisite estate offers detail and craftsmanship reminiscent of another era. It looks as though its been there for years. It boasts 14,532 square feet of living space with a total of 7 bedrooms and 9 full and 1 half bathrooms. The grand reception hall is bathed in light from the floor to ceiling windows that provide a panoramic view of the mature landscape. The gracious living room with 23’ ceiling and floor to ceiling window leads to the library paneled in white oak. The dining room seats ten while comfortably accommodating thirty to forty guests. The private master suite has a sitting room complete with fireplace and balcony, his/and hers bathrooms with radiant heated floors and generous dressing rooms. The first floor guest suite includes a comfortable sitting room opening to a stone veranda and a work out room. There are four additional en suite bedrooms, two with fireplaces, and staff quarters. This private and peaceful 4-acre property includes a swimming pool, tennis court, garaging for 13 cars and a charming stone guest cottage overlooking a picturesque pond. It is listed at $14,750,000.

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  • Grrrowler

    I love it. Some of the furniture is too foofydo for my taste, but the house itself is great. From the satellite view the location and property itself look very good and the price doesn’t seem out of whack for the area.




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  • Architect 121

    Beautiful! The grounds look immaculate! Not a huge fan of the stone fireplace, however.




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  • Nalin

    very classy




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  • Iemand

    I don’t know what it is, but I like it. It’s not my style to begin I would think I would choose at first, but the overal feeling I get is a plus. I love it!




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    • Daniel

      I thought the same exact thing. I would never choose a Tudor style home, but somehow this one pulls it off very well.




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  • Tay

    If you look at a google maps aerial pic of this home, right next to it they just built a huuuuuggggeeee estate/mansion…. and you can now see a lot of the new massive mansions and waterfront estates they are building/ just built in town because they updated the map for most of the town…




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  • Barney

    GORGEOUS home, for sure. While maybe my least favorite architectural style, it’s done to perfection, and looks absolutely period-correct. The architect, owners, construction company, and interior designer all did a magnificent job, for sure. I absolutely LOVE the shade of the wood stain in the great room…….completely different, and most importantly, a UNIQUE shade in that it’s LIGHTER, and NOT a traditional mahogany hue……wonderful! And it does really look like a true vintage/historic home that’s been there for at least 75 years. Beautiful!




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  • Venom

    Gorgeous home.
    Stunning.
    Nice to know the financial thieves are still doing well and have avoided jail time.




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  • Kyle

    Nice home, not really my kind of interior though.




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  • Swimmer

    Wow, I am really surprised on how well this home fits together. Tudor is not for me but this home really hit the spot…




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  • Oliver

    This house is… Impressive!! the view from the front is very commanding and strong. Beautiful. Id like to see some more stone on the back personally and maybe do a little more with the pool. Otherwise gorgeous!!!




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