This newly listed English stone manor home is located in the Conyers Farm section of Greenwich, CT. It situated on 10 acres with 800 feet of lake frontage overlooking the Converse Lake. It was designed by Austin Patterson Disston and built in 2006. The 24-room mansion boasts 11,145 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 10 full and 3 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, 6 indoor fireplaces, stylish and modern gourmet kitchen, open concept family/breakfast room, library, gym, lakeside terraces, 4-car garage and more. The backyard features an infinity edge swimming pool, pergola-covered lounge area with fireplace, outdoor BBQ, grass tennis court and a dock. It is listed at $11,900,000.

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  • Daniel

    While I love Conyers Farm, this one I’m not too fond of. The exterior with the saw tooth roof line looks a little comical. The interior is plain and odd at the same time. A lot of the roof look very narrow and tall, almost like a prison cell. The detailing is almost minimal.




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    • Daniel

      *A lot of the rooms




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  • Grrrowler

    Not a winner. The exterior is quirky; it looks like it’s been squished from the ends. The interior has a lot of awkwardly proportioned rooms that flat-out don’t work. And look, another kitchen with a huge unused space on one side. Whoever staged this house should be run out of the business, since it’s done very badly. With proper decorating, it would look much better, and may even end up aging well.




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  • Venom

    Contemporary furnishings inside a traditional home is a major fail.
    The exterior should have been all stone, instead ends up looking cheap.
    I do like the grass tennis court.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I completely agree with you, Venom, for the style of home they were going for, ALL of the home needs to be stone…the garage portion just ruins the rest of it because of its lack of stone.

    The home? looks fine as a starting point, now add some f***ing color.




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  • david dempsey jr

    love it so much charm and uality




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