Home of the Week: A Sprawling Georgian Estate in Greenwich

In our newest ‘Home of the Week‘ we move from Linda Hogan’s estate in Simi Valley to a stunning brick Georgian in Greenwich, Connecticut.

This 13,000 square foot home built in 1985 offers up everything you could ever hope for in a home, and more. Marble in-lay floors, regal columns and a grand round staircase give off a sense of grace and grandeur that’s immediately felt as soon as you walk through the front doors.

The interior of this 8 bedroom and 8 bathroom home is immaculate and highlighted by oversized limestone fireplaces, custom crown molding, french doors that lead to patios and big windows that flood the rooms with light. The cherrywood library, spacious formal living room and dining rooms are fabulous, but everyone eventually gravitates towards the breathtaking kitchen. This flawless kitchen boasts granite countertops, a double island, custom cabinets and a drop down breakfast nook near a bay window that would make for the perfect breakfast each morning.

The lower level of this property is home to an elegant wine cellar and theater. Through a set of french doors you’re lead to the beautiful pool and patio area. The home rests on 13 acres and is seriously perfectly suited for entertaining. Besides the pool, you’ve got a pool house, formal gardens, a greenhouse and even an observatory. When winter hits, the outdoor fun doesn’t have to stop. The property features a full-sized hockey rink that converts to a tennis court during the summer! This is just one more feature of opulence and grand living that rest on this already enchanting estate.

Click here to see more of this amazing home listed by Tamar Lurie with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

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