This newly built stone and clapboard center hall Georgian is located in Greenwich, CT’s mid-country. It was built by BSF Properties and is situated on 2 acres. It boasts a 2-story foyer with curved staircase and coffered ceiling, formal living room with French doors leading to covered porch with fireplace, antique maple paneled library, gourmet kitchen with custom built-ins, family room, finished 3rd floor and a partially finished lower level. It is listed at $7,495,000.

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  • rob

    Boy, I had no idea they built Georgian houses in Greenwich. How original.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I just looked at this listing yesterday right after that other Greenwich listing, because it’s on the market through the same real estate company. This one I don’t like nearly as much. The interior doesn’t have the same personality as the other one…and while I’m sure that’s partly down to the fact that the other one is furnished in the listing and this one is not, I do think there’s less character here. The hardwoods are nice and quality is definitely there, but it’s lacking in the detailing. It just doesn’t seem as though there was as much heart and effort put into this. I also don’t like the kitchen, it looks awkward, from what little they’ve shown of it.

    The grounds look fine, but I’m *seriously* irked by the slight deviation from symmetry evident in the front facade. It’s not that I don’t love asymmetrical homes, because I do, but it’s when they’re SO close to symmetry but in some way off that it really bothers me. This home has three windows to either side of the entry, and two dormers to each side on the roof, but the right side is more spaced out than the left, and I can’t STAND that. Honestly, even if the home were Fabulous with a capital F everywhere else, the facade alone would be a deal-breaker, because of that little detail.




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    • NOVA Ben

      and before some smartass chimes in about how the home isn’t symmetrical to begin with, I know it’s not, I’m referring to the main body of the home…the entry with the rooms immediately adjacent to it.




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    • Daniel

      I agree with you regarding the front facade. I was about to type how beautiful it looked and then I took a closer look and was like “WTF?!?” I cannot understand why the home was built like that.




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    • Grrrowler

      That IS kind of odd. Apparently the architect was trying to use a trick by keeping the same number of windows on each side of the facade but compressing the spacing. It irks me too.




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    • Brian

      I will agree with all that that non-symmetric facade is needlessly disturbing. Definitely not as desirable as the prior Greenwich property.




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  • mak

    7.4M and no swimming pool? Obviously, the Greenwich bubble hasn’t quite hit bottom yet.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s fine. Fine as in perfectly acceptable and average looking. Fine as in nothing special.




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