This lavish European-inspired mansion is located on Mooreland Road in Greenwich, CT and is situated on 4.5 acres. The gated estate features a main house, ample parking space, swimming pool, poolhouse, tennis court and a man-made pond called Carringtons Pond. It was designed by acclaimed architect Boris Baranovich and built in 2005. It boasts 5 bedroom suites, 11 bathrooms, 10 fireplaces, grand reception rooms, 2-bedroom staff apartment, game room, home theater, gym, massage room, wine cellar, indoor basketball court and a 6-car garage. It is available for rent at $46,000 per month.

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  • Daniel

    Interesting. Looks like it would be at home in Coral Gables or some high-end country club in South Florida. Dining room looks like the best room in the house.




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  • lambskin

    How big does a retention pond need to be for it to be referred to as a “lake” in the listing?




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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior isn’t bad for a mock Med, but it doesn’t belong in Greenwich. The interior has some nice details, but it doesn’t belong in this house.




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  • Chris

    I like the exterior. The interior sucks.




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  • Oranges

    Very interesting style for Connecticut, too medditeranean.Most of the rooms on the first floor seem too white as well…




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  • Jeff

    You should walk over after your tour of The Lake Carrington Estate.




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  • Tay

    The other Lake Carrington developer’s house




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  • ZigZagBoom

    “European Inspired”…LOL. In the same way Honey Boo Boo is European inspired, because she’s white?
    Seriously though, I’m more making fun of the marketing lingo than the house. How many “upper-brackets” houses are NOT in some way European inspired? Very few of them. The only styles we’ve uniquely developed, IMHO, would be ranchers, and “California contemporary”. And a handful of Frank Lloyd Wright piles. Almost all other modern/revival styles in the US are derived from movements that started in Europe.




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    • Kenny Forder

      I LOVE Honey Boo Boo!!! 😉 haha




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  • DC Scott

    I love this home. There’s some unique materials and designs on the inside, like the master bath. I don’t mind this being a Mediterranean style in CT. Kansas City for instance has thousands of homes, yes thousands with tile roofs, stucco, etc. It somehow works. Much of northern Europe’s generic new builds are concrete with white stucco over it and red tile roofs. This is more Euro than those new concrete boxes in Europe, trust me.




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