Here is a glimpse at the finished interior of the well known Lake Carrington estate located on Langhorne Lane in Greenwich, CT. The home was designed by Boris Baranovich and built by Antares Development back in 2007 as what is known as a “couture ready” mansion in which the potential buyer has full control on what they want to do with the interior. However, it looks like they finally decided to go ahead and finish the interior themselves.

The estate spans over 26,000 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 8 full and 9 half bathrooms, 3 family rooms, home theater, 20,000 bottle wine cellar with tasting room, indoor racquetball/basketball court, 2 elevators, 36 foot long indoor lap pool and much more. It is situated on 9 acres and boasts a lake.

It was originally listed in 2008 for $28,000,000. It was then re-listed in July of 2009 at $14,500,000. It is now being offered at $25,000,000.

CLICK HERE FOR PICS OF THE INTERIOR UNFINISHED

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE HOME IN BIRD’S EYE VIEW

CLICK HERE FOR THE FLOOR PLANS

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • Benz

    Love this home
    Honestly the interior of Ct homes, almost all look alike




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  • Benz

    Maybe tgey realized that people want a home that already has a finished interior




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  • Daniel

    Love the front facade. Rear is missing something (including a pool). Interior is going to need a lot of decorations to make it look like a true Greenwich estate. I see it going for under $20 million.




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    • Mak

      I agree. Where’s the outdoor pool? And the Tennis Court? Where’s the caretakers house? What happened to the walled garden? and why isn’t there a helipad? Damnit! I’m tired of seeing unfinished houses like this.

      I think they left it unfinished like they did because they didn’t want to throw any more money into it then they had too. I guess they figured that wasn’t a strategy that was going to sell this place.

      One thing that I really don’t care for is the neighbors house across the lake (if you could really call this a lake; its more like a dredged out pond.) Hell, they have a dock. Why doesn’t this place? If Jimmy is going to be able to motor over to play with Bobbie, at least there should be a dock for him to tie up to.




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      • Mak

        Oh…I see…it was built by Antares…what a bunch of CROOKS!

        http://www.ctpost.com/news/article/Antares-downfall-how-a-real-estate-empire-2023.php




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        • Mak

          just to add to this:

          The crooks that built this house, built it for other crooks; you know…the ones who work at places like Goldman Sachs that make $5M a year or more. Since they’re not making any more crooks like that, its really hard to see this moving anytime soon.




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          • Benz

            You are extremely passionate about this!




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          • Venom

            I could kiss you. Awesome posts. lol
            Unfortunately the crooks will always reemerge in one form or the other until finally the citizens of this country stage a civil war and basically kill them, which by my estimates should be within 3 to 5 years, so hopefully I will be out of this country by then.




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  • Grrrowler

    I love the exterior. It’s just a beautiful house. The interior does not look like it warrants a $10.5 million jump in price over the unfinished version. Yes, it’s finished, but it’s still a blank canvas that needs a skilled decorator, and a lot of money, to turn it into a showplace. Why are there three family rooms?

    The grounds definitely need a pool with a poolhouse, a caretaker’s cottage, and a guesthouse. A formal garden would be a nice touch too.




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  • Benz

    Honestly…I see this house going for around 12 million…..and that might be generous




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  • Mak

    Oh…one other thing…According to real estate experts, Greenwich has four years of inventory at this price level. FOUR YEARS!




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  • Tay

    Four years isnt that much considering three 10m + homes sold recently and brought down the inventory from 7 years to 4 years… Just proves how slow the 10m + market is…even in Greenwich.




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  • Barney

    I’m tellin’ you…..if I had a 100 BILLION dollar NET worth……I would NEVER live in ANY home of ANY genre, EVEN modern/contemporary/mid-century that looks like the next one and the next one and the next one and the next one!!

    You guys know what I mean? I guess I really must have a far more developed sense of individual style & design than most people. I say so ’cause this home, while it is very beautiful and in one of the most desirable areas of the country, STILL reminds me of EVERY other home of it’s calibre, size, “traditionalism”, construction, materials, layout, proportions, etc. etc. etc. as its peers.




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  • NOVA Ben

    BEAUTIFUL exterior
    boring interior, with much decorating left to do.
    The price is out of line considering the lack of decorating, pool/poolhouse, guest house, gardens, etc…as everyone else has said already.




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  • Tommy Dunaway

    At this price it will still be on the market when my grandchildren go off to college. P.S. I don’t even have children yet………




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  • CincyRob

    They changed the stairs in the foyer. They used to look better.




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