Location: 222 Lyons Plain Road, WestonCT

Square Footage: 12,536

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 12 bathrooms

Price: $8,950,000

This stone & shingle Colonial mansion is located at 222 Lyons Plain Road in Weston, CT and is situated on 10 park-like acres. It was built in 2010 and features approximately 12,536 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 8 full and 4 half bathrooms, foyer with traditional staircase, formal living room with vaulted ceilings and fireplace, formal dining room with fireplace, double heigh main hallway/butler’s pantry, gourmet kitchen, double height breakfast room, great room with wet bar, side staircase, crafts room, paneled home office with fireplace, billiards room with fireplace, gym, custom home theater with concession stand, wine cellar, 3-car garage and more. Outdoor features include terraces, swimming pool with spa, pool house, summer kitchen, BBQ with fireplace, formal gardens and 679′ of river frontage.

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  • Brian

    To call this interesting but baffling mansion quirky would be an understatement. Only a 3-car garage and an entrance drive bound to cause pileups, if anyone attempted a party, are some obvious issues. And a two-story butler’s pantry must be a first anywhere on earth. But at least some original design thought went into this and I would be tempted to take a serious look, if I were buying in that area.




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  • Daniel

    The world’s most intriguing Buter’s Pantry (photo 6). Looks like something out of the League of Extraordinary Gentleman.




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  • Emmanuel

    What’s that thing on photo 20? A bathroom?… Dracula’s den!




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  • Dylan

    Certainly not what I was expecting from the exterior, but I like it. Major points for not being the typical Greenwich/New England colonial.




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  • Ally

    I’m also baffled by this home….it has a very traditional exterior, but the inside seems to go from traditional to contemporary to castle Gothic. The dining room is super traditional but the living room is a contemporary black and white theme..uggh! The two story butlers pantry is a waste of space, which seems to be another example of poor space allocation in this home. I could go on but the bottom line is this house seems to be a contradiction




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  • ZigZagBoom

    Good heavens. The state motto ought to be “Connecticut – Where the Best Architectural Intentions Go Way Off the Rails”. 10 freakin acres and they couldn’t figure out that stately driveways are supposed to be 2 way? Guests arriving for parties is going to be like something out of a film from the Fast and Furious Franchise, as directed by Fellini. That bathroom looks like a setting for an eastern European porno. And the butler’s pantry/loggia combination is so arriviste, I can just hear the Dowager Countess asking “is it supposed to be like a department store? Can I take something home with me?” But the blonde bimbo wife of a hedge fund billionaire who buys it will probably be happy to have a place to show off her Thomas Kincaid figurines collection, or something.

    “Major points for not being the typical Greenwich/New England colonial.” Major points in quirkiness, yes. For anything else, no.




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