This Colonial style mansion is located in Greenwich, CT and is situated on 4.2 acres. It was built in 2007 and features 17,408 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 9 full and 3 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, paneled study/library with built-ins, galley style butler’s pantry, gourmet kitchen with separate breakfast room, vaulted family room with stone fireplace and more. There is a spiral staircase leading to the lower level that features a rustic recreation/bar area, stone wine cellar, home theater, indoor half basketball court and a mirrored gym. The property also features outdoor entertainment space, a swimming pool with spa and a 4-car garage. It is listed at $17,199,000.

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  • Daniel

    Greenwichy.




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    • ted

      yep.




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  • david dempsey

    lol the perfect word “greenwichy”…its very nice though you can see the quality. old money.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s definitely what one would expect from Greenwich (or Greenwichy to quote Daniel). However, I like the Greenwichy look and I think this is a nice example of it. I’d make some furnishing changes were it mine, but it’s a decent country colonial. That said, I’d much prefer to be in Belle Haven.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I think this home is very pretty. It needs more color outside and in, however. For the exterior I think some bolder color for the trim would be nice. Inside, bolder colors as well. Rooms like the master bath and the kitchen are okay the way they are…the neutral colors just work there, but other rooms could use some splashes of personality. I love all the worn-in wood used throughout. As was said, very “Greenwichy”, including, unfortunately, the price.




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  • Tay

    Kenny this place is right behind the Lake Carrington estate so you can probably hike through the woods in its back yard next week and tour this house too. haha!!!!
    p.S- The guy that owns this place developed the Carrington estate.




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    • george

      Tay, by any chance do you know the address?




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      • Tay

        44 mooreland rd, greenwich ct




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        • george

          Thanks Tay




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  • lambskin

    I’d change out the masterbath tub-hate the no ledge-can’t put a washcloth etc anywhere. Hope the stone backsplash behind the range is supersealed-hate to clean grease splatters on porous rock and grout. Not a fan of the pool shape. Otherwise it is a lovely house.




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  • Tony

    This house is pretty nice. I don’t really have much bad to say lol. Only thing is that the theater room looks really plain and boring and I don’t know if the wooden floor in the bathroom is practical. But besides that its a nice house and it is fairly good quality for the price.




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    • lambskin

      Wood floors in the bathroom are fine but you do have to watch out for nail polish remover and hairdye spillage.




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  • DC Scott

    This, IMHO, is a Greenwich Colonial done right. The interior and exterior match for once, I see no generic contemporary hints whatsoever. (pendant lights, stacked stone columns, brushed aluminum accents) Just a classically designed home that will stand the test of time. I love all the beautiful natural materials, the shingle siding, the cedar shake roof. Inside is a nice balance of rich wood beams and floors, and white trim and wainscoting. Oh and the garage isn’t a prominent feature of the design. All and all not much to complain about for me.




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  • Mak

    It has a woodsy folksy charm about it. I love the use of reclaimed wood for the floors and beams throughout.It gives it an Adirondack camp feel to it. I love the bar/pool table room. It looks very cozy and inviting.

    Beeautiful home, no doubt about it.

    I couldn’t see the koi pond, but I guess the lake out back would suffice. 😉




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  • Jeff

    This property abuts Lake Carrington. They both are on Lake Carrington. You may be able to walk over on your tour!




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  • Susan Burns

    Beautiful home!




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