This newly listed 14,454 square foot mansion is located in Greenwich, CT and boasts 7 bedrooms and 10.1 bathrooms. It is listed at $11,625,000.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Sensational estate sited on 4.65 level park-like acres off of private hilltop lane.  Extraordinary light-filled, superbly crafted 7 bedroom stone and shingle home.  Unique balance of grand, formal and relaxed intimate spaces featuring gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, stone fireplace and brick pizza oven adjoining family room with soaring walls of windows.

Luxurious master suite with panelled study, sauna, dressing rooms and gym.  Additional 2nd floor family room with soda fountain, 3rd floor skylit studio and 3,000 bottle wine cellar and tasting room in the lower level.   All public spaces have access to mature grounds highlighted by terraces, formal boxwood garden, broad lawns and pergola in addition to tennis court, pool and pool house.

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  • Kieran

    I love this I could live here. Will be a lot nicer when the Gardens mature, or is it just winter? Not too keen on the kitchen, but that is an easy fix/re-do




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  • Venom

    Ah, we have finally returned to Greenwich and civilization.
    Very nice home and setting.




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    • Grrrowler

      You mean you wouldn’t want to spend millions of dollars to live in Cumming, GA? 😉




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      • Stewie

        Haha agreed. Very nice home




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  • Grrrowler

    I would have to vote yes on this. I love what I can see of the exterior. The U-shaped main body of the house that forms the motor court is exactly how I would design a house. The grounds look beautiful. I like the formal garden immediately behind the house, although that’s something of an old fashioned idea. I like that the pool is away from the main house but that there’s a pool house that I assume has bathrooms and dressing rooms.

    The inside is in need of a skilled decorator. The bones of the house look nice but it’s been filled with the worst collection of mediocre furniture imaginable. The kitchen area is kind of wonky with those relights above the informal dining area. I almost did a spit take at my computer screen when I saw the pig standing vigil over the kitchen area. I love the concept of the wine room. I saw a house here recently that had its climate controlled wine area behind glass, but it was on a much smaller scale. The table and chairs in the tasting area look like they came from the Goodwill. I would have quite a bonfire with the contents of this house, but I think it could be beautiful.




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  • Daniel

    Yay! A house in a nice area!

    The exterior layout of the home is a bit odd. It looks like it would take a good 10 minutes to walk from the garages to the 2nd floor of the other side of the house. I like the grounds a lot. Inside overall it is very nice and Greenwichy. I like the two-story living room. The dining room looks very low. I HATE the weird ceilings in some of the rooms though (living room, master bedroom). They seem so random and jagged, almost as if it was a super-modern sculpture. I also hate the wine cellar…why in God’s name would you want to be in a house of mirrors while sippin’ booze? That ain’t gonna’ turn out well, let me tell you.

    Considering the location, acreage and square-footage, the price seems reasonable. I personally would get something with a more conservative (or boring) interior. Straight lines and checkerboard black/white flooring please.




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    • Daniel

      And I just realized those aren’t mirrors considering there isn’t a reflection. Yup, I’m a natural blond. Either way it looks odd and I would much rather have the typical brick/wood cellar instead.




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      • Grrrowler

        But the “cellar” idea with stone and “old” timber has been done over and over and over…and over. It’s nice (to me anyway!) to see a modern take on it. I still would burn that table and chair set.




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        • Daniel

          To each his own. As I’ve said before, I ain’t much of a wine drinker anyway, so dedicating SOOOO much space to bottles of booze is a waste in my eyes. Better off dedicating it to a home theater…




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          • Siobhan

            Don’t we assume this property has a theater which is just not pictured here?




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  • Travis

    I like this house. The exterior is great, definitely one of my favorite home styles. I also really like that the pool is far away from the main house. I don’t like the wine cellar/tasting room, and although there probably is a reason for the glass enclosure, it is unattractive and doesn’t fit with the rest of the house. Looking closer, I agree with Daniel about the jagged looking ceillings in the interior. It looks as if they could mimick the exterior roof lines, but I think they could have been done differently, and still looked really good. Overall, I like it, and with a few cosmetic changes, it could be a really beautiful home.




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    • Swimmer

      I don’t know if everyone else has the same feelings, but it is really bugging me when you keep on trying to promote your own blog on this website.




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      • Siobhan

        Agree. Lame.




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      • Kenny Forder

        Yes, it gets me annoyed sometimes.




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      • Venom

        It would be considered rude in polite society.




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  • TEE

    did anyone else notice that each room has either 30 foot ceilings or what appears to be 8 foot ceilings? don’t get me wrong i think it could be a beautiful house (exterior is phenominal in my opinion) but the interior just doesn’t work well for me.

    overall great house (and sooooooo much better than the tennessee pieces of crap weve seen lately) but it could be a lot nicer if they fixed those strange ceiling heights/angles.




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    • Siobhan

      Yes, I’m especially befuddled about the low ceilings in some kitchens we’ve seen recently. Frank Lloyd Wright may have innovated the theory of press-and-release (among countless other concepts), but it just doesn’t work for me when it comes to kitchens. Since that’s where I spend most of my time when at home (I have a food blog), I imagine it’d create a sense of anxiety over hours of being under that relatively low ceiling and looking out.




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  • Siobhan

    Love that the kitchen includes a pizza oven – we don’t see those very often – but the only pig I want in my kitchen belongs IN the oven, not next to it. I also like the general footprint, but agree that it’s a considerable hike from the garage to a second-floor area I assume contains bedrooms. And at the end of a long day… no thanks. I’ve seen some floor plans of the >10000-sqft variety that have a smaller garage near the first-floor master suite. That’s potentially a nice solution.

    What’s up with the covered walkway near the pool? Is that more of a structural element designed to enhance the formal gardens with the view from the main house? It just doesn’t seem to serve much purpose. Maybe from the ground it makes more sense.

    While I appreciate the concept of this home’s enclosed wine cellar, the lighting designer failed. Even though I’m sure all the can lights are on for the purposes of making the space look bright and inviting in a photograph, the fixtures are notorious for making it hard to create soft, evenly lit spaces. You’re either under a spot light or in the dark. No bueno.




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  • Mak

    I think the furniture is staging. It just can’t be that poorly decorated.

    That said, its a beautiful home. The only thing that really bothers me is the kitchen. I’m the kind of person that likes “cozy” in the morning, and so when I see these soaring ceilings in a kitchen, it comes off as cold. I guess I could sit at the counter (and under the bridge) but still…it doesn’t give me that cozy feeling.

    Still, its a beautifully executed design.




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  • Tay

    Yeah that great room just is not working……….




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