This English Manor home is located in Greenwich, CT and was built in 1918. It boasts 17,121 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 11.5 bathrooms, 8 fireplaces, 6-car garage and more. It is listed at a hefty $19,495,000.

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  • Tay

    very classy.




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  • Pat

    This house, with great pics and even a floorplan is in the book Tudor Style.
    http://www.amazon.com/Tudor-Style-Lee-Goff/dp/0789307936/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1305017583&sr=8-1




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  • Hugh

    A classic home. Its very light and bright, and the floor detailing is amazing.




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  • Daniel

    First off, let’s just get the obvious stuff out of the way: The photos are horrible. One true exterior shot and it makes it look like a damn bed and breakfast. For nearly $20 million, that’s completely unacceptable.

    From what I do see, I don’t really like. I’m usually a fan of Greenwich homes, but this one seems strange all the way around. The way the stairs are oriented makes it look strange (although the flooring is beautiful). I may like the living room, but again, God only knows why the photographer thought that was a good angle. Dining room is very nice with the wood paneling, but a little dark for the purpose of the room; I would have gone with a lighter wood.

    I think for the price you can do better in Greenwich.




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  • Barney

    Luv, love, LOVE this BREATH-TAKING home! Granted, Dan, the front exterior shot is made even more unusual/strange due to those large bushes (trees?) planted in the same configuration as the house itself, which on it’s own is admittedly quite unique. Those things need to GO because the house doesn’t need any more repeating emphasis of it’s sharply canted wings. However, all the pics are FAR from “horrible”…….the shot of the cathedral, double-height ceilinged formal living room is unusual, but I like it. It gives the viewer a beautiful taste of what else there is, making you absolutely want to see more…..which is exactly what you want real estate photography to do, ’cause that’s what I do. If ANYone can dig up the address, I’d be hugely grateful…..would be fantastic to get a good satellite look at this fairy-tale estate. The grounds look absolutely as stunning as the mansion itself.




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    • Daniel

      “It gives the viewer a beautiful taste of what else there is, making you absolutely want to see more…..which is exactly what you want real estate photography to do.”

      I have to disagree with you on this one. In my opinion, you want to make the best impression, whether it’s through dozens of photographs and/or virtual tours (Although V.T’s don’t go well with $10 million+ homes). I would much rather show potential clients photos rather than dragging them to see a house that *may* have potential. Besides, it gives people like you and I something to criticize (or commend) 😀




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  • Dave

    I have the book “Tudor Style” and thats the house in the book.
    Certainly wasnt built in 1918 but rather in the last 15 years




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    • Barney

      Um, Dave…..you’re wrong. A realtor who’s been in the business long enough to list a twenty MILLION dollar listing is not going to get the year the house was built wrong on the internet. TRUST me, on this…..I used to work in real estate, with homes in the multi-million dollar range. The year is correct.




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  • Oliver

    Photos are horrible, and so is the interior designing. House looks like its pretty sweet though.




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  • Grrrowler

    When I see a 90 year old Tudor mansion, my heart usually flutters. And, I want to like this place, but I don’t. I’ve seen a lot worse but this place just isn’t doing it for me. It obviously has potential but I think the interior design isn’t working this house’s favor. I don’t like the stair hall, but some of the other rooms look like they could very nice. But, overall it’s not great. There are much nicer houses in Greenwich.




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  • NOVA Ben

    When will real estate agents who show multi-million dollar properties get a clue and PUT UP SOME DECENT F***ING PHOTOS?!?!?!? For the love of God, I don’t want to look at a photograph that is pretty much the equivalent of one of those wallet-sized photos of your kids you carry around in your pocket. You’re selling a high-end property on a respectable real estate website, not your thimble collection on ebay. Shitty pics like this piss me off, because I’m intrigued by many of these homes but am continually let down by piss-poor photograph quality and/or quantity, both of which are issues here.

    I can’t make a judgment on this home at this time (see above)




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  • richvanc

    I’m with Daniel on this (again!)…’photo’s are horrible because this HOUSE is horrible! Way over-priced too…;)




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  • richvanc

    Oh…the grounds are very nice 🙂




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  • Tay
    • Daniel

      Thank you for posting this!

      Now I can blame the REALTOR for choosing the shots she did. She had a much better selection. Regarding the house, I do like it a little bit more, but price-wise it still seems high. However, looking at the birds-eye view, I am shocked to see this house has absolutely NO backyard whatsoever. My parents have a bigger backyard than this home, and they’re plot is only 0.27 acres.




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  • Dave

    Sorry Barney but no way is this house that old. It was built within the past 15 years




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    • Barney

      ??? So you’re saying that the Realtor, who’s has the YEARS of experience, smarts & strategies enough to have gotten the listing in the first place is completely wrong, and/or is lying purposely?




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  • Tay

    This house is that old it just had a huge renovation and addition within the last decade or so.




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    • Barney

      THANK YOU, Tay! I used to sell multi-million dollar realty here in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan, and I KNOW that Agents who get THESE KIND of listings DO NOT GET the year the house was built WRONG! Dave simply does NOT know what he’s talking about.




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  • Dave

    For those interested got to http://www.grandbergarchitects.com. Click on Portfolio and then English Tudor Country Estate. You will see this was built in the past 15 years and not in 1918. Sorry Barney but you are incorrect. Incorrect date could be a typo. PS: I was a Realttor once too and am married to one now !




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