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    opinionfree

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    Worthy every penny and more. A modern interpretation of heaven.
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    Grrrowler

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    I first thought the first two pictures were more architectural models. The grounds and house look meticulous. I do appreciate that obvious thought went into the design, and I admire the decorative restraint; it’s a refreshing change from the beige faux-palaces we see here so often. It’s light, it’s airy, and it feels formal but relaxed. I love the dichotomy of the farmhouse-style exterior with the severe hard-edged lines of the pool area. I think it’s beautiful. All that said, it’s just not my style.
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    Daniel

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    Looks like something from the 1700s. I guess if that’s your thing then this is the jackpot. Lovely setting.
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    Venom

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    They say money can’t buy class, but I disagree, I think if you buy an estate in Greenwich or Fairfield, you actually can. Gorgeous property.
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    Teddi

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    My first thought was that it looked like a story house. Something straight out of a picture book, the exterior and grounds were so perfect. There are some plaes inside I didn’t care for, but all in all it’s quite lovely. While it isn’t my style, I do so love it when expensive homes are able to prove that less can in fact be more.
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    Mak

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    It’s right next door to the Fairfield CT mega house from last week. Now that global warming is a fact, I wonder if some of the rich folks are moving off the water to higher ground.
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    Dilettante

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    I was convinced that this was a converted carriage house based on the exterior, until I saw that it was built in 2003. Not exactly a good impression, in my opinion, although the interior is definitely top notch.
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    Luke

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    I love the unoffensive, timeless colour palette used as well as the overall look of the lounge and kitchen. However, I do wish the third and fourth photos showed more detail in the ceilings, gallery and walls.
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    rob

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    This is not priced at 21 mil.. It is being auctioned off. The ad was in this Sunday’s NYT. Beautiful home,
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    tay

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    Yeah this house has been on the market for at least a year now, I think it originally started at 25-30 mill?
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