These are new pictures of 14 Meadow Lane in Greenwich, CT. If you didn’t already know, the newly built, 14.5 acre estate is on the market for $36,500,000. It was designed by Paul Stephan Marchese & Associates and was built by Hobbs, Incorporated. The Georgian colonial boasts 5 bedrooms, 7.1 bathrooms, a total of 5 fireplaces, grand floating staircase, entry foyer with inlaid checkerboard floors, formal living room, formal dining room, conservatory, gallery, bar room with oak floors and black granite fireplace, wood paneled library with floor to ceiling bookcases, gourmet kitchen with 12′ island and tile backsplash, butler’s pantry, breakfast room with floor to ceiling windows, 2-story family room, laundry room, 5,000 bottle wine cellar, home theater, gym, 7-car garage, swimming pool with spa, pool house, gate /guest house, exquisite gardens, and a stable.

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  • Daniel

    Some rooms seem very dark. And for $36.5 million, I would seriously consider staging it. I think it’s very overpriced as well, as Conyers Farm has similar-sized estates for many millions less.




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  • Grrrowler

    I still quite like the place, although I agree that it is overprice. I also agree that a house in this price range should be staged. I think the floor plan works really well except that I hate the fact that the only to get to “his” bathroom is by walking through either his closet or the shared shower. With both bathrooms being so far from the bed chamber there should also be a powder room for late night visits to the WC without having to navigate through the doors and hallways in the suite.




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  • Mak

    Silly stuff, I know…but…

    The bridge entrance seems low. I hope there’s another driveway in so that moving trucks can get in and out. It also frames the house poorly. Another issue is that the gatehouse is a guesthouse. I like my guests staying in the main house, so it would feel weird sending them off the property (and outside the gate) to stay. Lovely property beautifully landscaped. I didn’t see a horse corral, so I wonder about that. Where do they graze and run free?




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    • Grrrowler

      Personally I like having a guest house. Guests can get more comfortable by not feeling they’re disturbing the owners and the family when they want to move around at night. The gate house is inside the gate so guests don’t have to leave the perimeter of the walled property. However, it’s too far away from the main house. I would use it for staff.




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  • Tay

    The reason why this estate is so much pricier than any estate in conyers farm right now is that this estate is located in “midcountry” greenwich and is very close to the town and the main roads leading there, it is very hard to find 14.5 acres that close to all the amenities in the town and it is very close to the Westchester, NY border. That amount of land in backcountry is much less rare.




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    • george

      If the house goes for over 20 mil I will be shocked. Greenwich real estate agents always ask for at least twice what the house is worth, they count on sellers gread to get listings. Then after 3 to 5 price reductions they sell. At this price my 9 year old grandson will be a member of AARP before the house sells.




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  • Iemand

    After watching the floorplans and everything, I still like it.
    The foyer/stairs thing is a bit weird but not a serieus problem.
    There are lot of hallways though, i think that could have been a bit better.
    Personally I think its ridiculous to have a his and hers bathroom. Make it one shared bathroom and its bigger and better.

    I’m studying Architecture myself and I had a totally different look for the interior design. Like the kitchen, it could look really great, but it’s a bit to ‘woody’.
    But the outside, as I said, looks very good, probably one of the best I have seen here. and the garden/lawn is the best.




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