This timeless newly built Georgian Colonial is located in Greenwich, CT. It is situated on 2.3 park-like acres and boasts 12,136 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 7 full and 3 half bathrooms, Connoisseur’s kitchen and wine room, fumed wide-plank Belgian oak floors, magnificent millwork throughout, sweeping terraces, tennis court and so much more. It is listed at $13,750,000. I will post more pictures when they become available.

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  • Iemand

    Looks to be very expensive, but it does look really good though.
    I’m waiting 😛




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  • NOVA Ben

    I will have to reserve my final judgment on the home until I see more pictures, but honestly this home could go either way for me. I’m a huge fan of traditional Georgian Colonial architecture, but this one is rather plain from the outside. The lack of shutters, which works fine on some homes, is a problem on this particular home, it needs something other than the stone (which is nice-looking, don’t get me wrong) to break it up, and I do not like the fact that the bay windows are flanked by additional windows. Inside the quality of materials look superb, but the kitchen would be so much more welcoming if it weren’t so white. And I suppose the price isn’t too far out of line for Greenwich, but I’d like more details.




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  • Jason

    nice house. the interiors are very stately, classy and well done- especially that stellar butler’s pantry. I like the exterior elevations, but the stone seams a bit course and I would have done contrasting stone or cast stone on the quoins.




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  • Barney

    Ya’ know, for almost FOURTEEN MILLION dollars, you’d think you could get a new, INSANE luxury home built ON SPEC with just A TAD more personality than this one one the inside at least?? It looks like EVERY other ridiculously overpriced, luxury spec home in Connecticut….literally Xeroxed. White walls, Dark wood floors, White crown moulding. Colonial interior, through and through, OVER and OVER. The outside is definitely better than the inside though. The house looks like it’d weather the end of the world, but on the other hand it looks way too cold, victorian and plain old unfriendly to me.




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  • Daniel

    Eh. I guess they were really proud of the kitchen considering the listing is devoted to it. The exterior is too gray for me. I would prefer the stone to be a warmer hue. I also don’t know about the bay windows; maybe in person they look better.

    While the price doesn’t seem terribly inflated, I would rather find a tear down and build my own mansion.




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  • rob

    Thanks Jason. I learned a new word today, quoins. (Never knew what those were called.) This house seems well made and designed but seems expensive, even for Greenwich.




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  • Mak

    What? $14M and there is no pool? Are you kidding? Greenwich is the land of the overpriced, so it doesn’t surprise me that this house is priced like this, but seriously? A tennis court, but no pool?




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    • Barney

      CATEGORICALLY agree with you Mak………ABSURD!




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  • Tay

    http://www.ergarchitect.com/Site/parsonage_2.html

    Tons of pictures here of the building process from the architects website




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  • Oliver

    Beautiful home. i love the exterior but it really does seem like a “typical” greenwich colonial, interior is nice too but nothing special. and id have to agree with Mak, $14M gets you a tennis court and no pool? so you have something to help you work up a sweat but nothing to help cool you off.. hmmm..




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  • Clayton

    The stonework is too rustic, and it’s obvious from the quoins that it’s just a veneer.
    It takes a very good architect to get the details of a Georgian right.




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