This Shingle style waterfront home was built in 2009 and is located in Riverside, CT. It is situated on a little over an acre and boasts 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. It is listed at $9,975,000.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Exceptional craftsmanship and luxurious amenities distinguish this spectacular waterfront home with a dock. The dramatic double height entrance hall, panoramic water views from living room, dining room, kitchen and family rooms all make wonderful entertaining venues for every occasion. Adjacent to the kitchen, there is a pantry, powder room, home office and an outfitted mudroom. The master bedroom, canopied with a tray ceiling, has en-suite marble bath with radiant heat and two large closets. Three family bedrooms, two baths, and a work/play area complete the second floor. All bedrooms have direct water views. The finished walk-out lower level includes a large, versatile space to serve as a recreation or exercise area. It also features a fifth bedroom, exquisite bath with steam shower, a laundry room and utility room for ample storage. A third floor, sky-lit bonus room with stunning observation deck completes the home with lovely seascape vistas

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  • Daniel

    Very Connecticuty. White and dark wood floors seems to be obligatory as beige and terra-cotta tiles are in a S. Florida Mediterranean. It’s too quaint to be asking $10 million. Look at that front facade…looks like a gingerbread home. I don’t like the rear; too busy and too many windows/doors.

    For the price I would rather have it say “Greenwich” on my return address. I’d also want a home that looks slightly imposing and elegant, and not something from a Disney movie set.




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  • Mak

    Nope. Not $10M at all. I can’t imagine anyone from around here spending that kind of money for Riverside, even if it is waterfront. Maybe $6M, but it still only has a two car garage, and they’re plastered right in front of the house.

    Someone’s realtor is smoking crack.




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    • Kenny Forder

      I agree! The 2-car front facing garage is a deal killer. If I had $10 million to splurge on a home, I’m pretty sure I would have 4+ exotic cars haha, so I would need a bigger, more private garage.




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  • richvanc

    I’m with Mak on this one…it’s a fairly nice looking home, but NOT a $10million value. And it does look a bit Disney to me. I’m not rushing to get my check-book. Hmmm. 🙁




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  • Barney

    Also agreed here, you guys. Mak is right….almost 10 MILLION for a TWO CAR GARAGE home?!? Trust me, the majority of blame for that truly psychotic price goes to the owners, believe me, having been in real estate. The house looks much smaller from the front than from the back (obviously due to the walk out), and the interior is entirely expected for a new, Connecticut build. Very nice, but basically unremarkable. Even though I never would if I were a billionaire, I sure as hell would would an almost 10 million dollar home to LOOK LIKE IT the minute you laid eyes on it while driving up. But one of the GENUINELY amazing things about this house is it’s location, and it’s VIEWS…..gorgeous, absolutely. The meandering waterways as seen from the back of the house are stunning, especially on a picture perfect day as the one when the shots were taken.

    Also, this is a BIG…….this place does have one TRULY STELLAR thing going for it…….it’s PHOTOGRAPHS! They’re absolutely FANTASTIC, and again, I know what I’m talking about ’cause I used to photograph my own listings when I was in the business, and still do for other agents now. They’re all laser, crystal clear and the photographer was hugely smart & talented. Every last one of ’em is centered, perfectly composed, taken straight on, and lit perfectly. Wonderful photographer, whomever it was.




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    • Mak

      I basically agree with you about the water views, but thats no deep water dock there. Its high tide for sure, but when the tide goes out…there’s probably less than a foot of water there.




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      • Daniel

        That’s what it looks like to me as well. At first glance, I thought it was the Everglades. It looks like a nice place to canoe and not much else.




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  • Iemand

    It’s way to expensive but I like it though. I like the style, I like the location (as you may know now). I love picture #11.

    To be honest, I don’t mind having a garage situated like this. A garage like this here looks good anyway.




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    • Iemand

      What is it about the garage doors? What’s wrong with that?




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s nice, like a hundred other new-build houses in CT. I personally like the contrast of painted cabinetry and trim against stained and varnished wood, but the wood in this house is too dark, making the contrast too extreme. As everyone else has agreed so far, $10 million seems way out of reason, and the garage doors on the front just kill it for me. A $10 million house better be something special, and this looks like nothing more than a glorified cottage.

    I hope the skylights in the master closet have some sort of UV protective coating on them. Nothing like having your clothes fade unevenly while they hang in a closet bathed in sunlight.




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  • Tay

    I would have to agree with the pricing although Riverside can fetch much higher than $10mil out farther on Indian Head where they are facing the Sound, Im interested to see what this place sells for..




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  • Oliver

    The front of this house says 250K at best… not that impressed with the rear either. interior is nice enough, i really like the contrast of white walls and dark wood floors, there’s just not anything special about tho. water views are nice too. but for 10M i want i better facade, different/more garages, and a deep-water dock thanks.




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