This 1958 built Colonial style home is located in Greenwich, CT and situated on 2.24 acres. The updated interior includes 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, 2-story great room/library, gourmet kitchen, family room, sun room, home theater, 4-car garage, patio, swimming pool, pool house with custom wet bar and living quarters and a sports court. It is listed at $8,499,000.

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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior of this is relatively charming, but it’s also relatively boring. The front facade actually looks like two nondescript tract houses side by side. The back of the house is better, but it still looks like two houses that were joined at some point. The interior takes the terms “characterless” and “boring” to new heights. None of it is particularly bad, and there are even some bright decorative moments scattered here and there, but overall it’s very uninteresting. The ceilings seem really low, and when they’re not (the library), the overall scale of the room seems off.

    I’m curious what the asking price is, since it isn’t in your description Kenny, and the link to the listing goes only to an error page (for me at least).




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    • Kenny Forder

      Just fixed it, sorry!




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  • Daniel

    I agree with Grrrowler, looks like two tract homes joined at the waist. Interior is pretty impersonal.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Yeah, I got the “Siamese twin” effect looking at the pics too. Most of what I see here is quaint, in a generic kind of way. Nothing raises my heart rate at all here.




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  • Limedaiquar

    A library with no books…




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  • Tay

    At least it’s in one of the nicest areas of town




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  • Chris

    The library, shower, and paneling in the dining room are nice, but thats it. I have a strong hatred of colonials.




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  • lambskin

    The pool and pool house are nice.




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  • Ted

    love this house. beautiful interior. typical greenwich, ct 🙂




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