This newly listed estate was built in 1903 and is located on Field Point Circle in Greenwich, CT. The 20,000 square foot mansion boasts 6 bedrooms and 9 full and 7 half bathrooms. It is listed at a cool $42,500,000, which makes it the most expensive home currently on the market in Greenwich. My absolute favorite part of this home is the ballroom that turns into a natatorium. Wow!! What an amazing room!!


In prestigious Field Point Park, this splendid century-old Long Island Sound compound is one of Greenwich’s most significant waterfront estates. Masterfully renovated, the expansive 6-bedroom, 20,000±-sq ft stone residence sits commandingly on 4.26± acres fronting 340 feet of shoreline showcasing magnificent vistas encompassing Greenwich Point and harbor islands. Inside, the grand 35-foot-high, marble-floored atrium gallery serves as a pivotal space from which the first-floor rooms unfold, beginning with the semi-circular, window-walled living room bringing in panoramic waterfront scenery. Library/gallery spaces are arranged on the main and garden levels, where a dramatic natatorium/ballroom features an elaborate mosaic floor that lowers with the touch of a button to transform into the indoor swimming pool. Waterside terraces are featured, and the sweeping park-like grounds encompass a pool, guest house, and guest cottage alongside the historic Roebling 175±-foot suspension bridge.