This stately stone Georgian Colonial is located on Round Hill Road in Greenwich, CT and is situated on 2 acres. It was built in 2000 and features approximately 14,500 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, extensive molding and wainscoting throughout, formal dining room with custom built-ins and fireplace, paneled study with fireplace, gourmet kitchen, informal dining room, double height paneled family room with wooden beam ceiling and stone fireplace, gym, wine cellar, 4-car garage, swimming pool and more. It is listed at $11,950,000.

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  • Daniel

    Sooooooo. Looks like somebody visited a few London new builds to get inspiration for this. It does have some beautiful millwork. Dining rooms looks fantastic. Living room(?) looks more like a sun room. Family room belongs in another home. Exterior of the home is nice minus the Harry Potter crest above the front entry.




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  • lambskin

    I love this house-especially the pool area. Would love to see pics of kitchen and baths. I am confused about the living room. Pic #4 seems to be a sun room, pic #6 looks like a den and pic#8 looks more suited for a great /family room. So does this place have a formal living room?




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    • Daniel

      I just took a gander at the listing. It includes a photo of the formal living room. Nice, but the blue is ugly.




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  • Sam

    hmm, this house looks familiar…nope, just that all Greenwich houses look the same.




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  • BJ

    Liked the millwork until I got the natural oak room. Why would someone use a yellow oak in this price range? Everything else was hitting on all cylinders until that room. So much lost opportunity. And as Sam correctly says, since they all “look the same” – just move on to the next listing and hope for some consistency in the interior finish compared to the asking price.




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    • Andrew

      Are you talking about the stain of the wood? Because that can totally be changed, you know…




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  • architect121

    Beautiful home. Elegant, sophisticated, unpretentious, and comfortable. A classic Connecticut home! Truly one of the best I’ve seen.




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  • ZigZagBoom

    LOL…the ultimate in “hide the house” landscaping. It’s a particular shame because the architecture looks far more tasteful than most modern day “mansions”.




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