This Greenwich, CT mansion just sold for $39.5 million, breaking the record as the highest price ever paid for a waterfront house in Greenwich. The home is located on Field Point Circle and is situated on more than 4 acres of land. It was built in 1903 and boasts 20,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms and 9 full and 7 half bathrooms. It also includes a swimming pool, guest house, guest cottage, suspension bridge designed by John Roebling & Sons and 340 feet of shoreline on the Long Island Sound. The estate was last listed at $42.9 million.

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  • Benz

    What is up with the living room/ indoor swimming pool conversion nowadays?




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    • Iemand

      Wasn’t this the one where the bottom of the pool goes up so it changes into a floor? Costing a lot (a LOT) of money and not having a real purpose?




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  • Daniel

    Wow. I certainly wouldn’t have guessed that someone would have scooped it up for that much. I certainly wouldn’t if I had that money.




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  • Grrrowler

    I’ve loved this house for years, and still love the exterior and the Roebling bridge. But, I hate what’s been done to the interior of this place. I guess I’m not overly surprised by the price, since waterfront in Belle Haven (my favorite area of Greenwich) doesn’t come on the market all that often.




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  • Lonnie

    The entrance gives you a serious amount of drama!!




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