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This featured property is overlooking a wonderfully tranquil harbor with views across to Long Island, this fabulous stone and shingle Georgian was custom built by a noted architect on 1.89 acres surrounded by lawns, superb gardens, terraces, heated pool, hot tub and picturesque garden fountain. (Continued below.)

Greenwich is known as "the gateway to New England" for its charm and rural character. It has 32 miles of shoreline on Long Island Sound. The area’s wealth of prestigious housing opportunities, excellent public and private schools and recreational facilities make it an ideal place to call home. This property is represented by David Ogilvy & Associates • 75 Arch Street, Greenwich, Connecticut 06830, 203.869.9866 Fax: 203.869.5746

This fabulous home is in the quietest area on the waterfront. Belgian block and extensive landscaping line the driveway with its decorative iron gates which open into the entrance courtyard. A graceful columned portico shelters the mahogany front door surrounded by divided lights and the two-story center hall with a marble floor is spectacular with quarter-round balconies upstairs, a lighted decorative niche and a stairway in the tower bay with tall windows.

The impressive front-to-back living room with fireplace has french doors to the terrace with water views and the superb cherry paneled library with a marble fire-place, ample bookcases, a coffered ceiling, and a wet bar has french doors to the covered verandah. The formal dining room has a bay window to the view and the side hall, again with a decorative, lighted niche, leads to the pantry/wet bar designed to also serve the outside, two powder rooms, the mud room adjoining the three car garage, the delightful octagonal breakfast room and the fabulous country kitchen by Christian's with lovely faux painted cabinetry, Georgian detailing, as well as french doors to the terraces and the built-in Viking barbecue.

Adjoining this is a generous family room with a fireplace, french doors to the terrace, a wet bar and a full entertainment center. Upstairs is the magnificent master suite with a fireplace, french doors to one of three waterside balconies, two dressing rooms, a cedar closet and two sublime bathrooms, one with a whirlpool tub, steam shower, vaulted ceiling and french doors outside, and the other with a heated floor, a luxury bathtub and a shower stall.

There are four lovely, additional bed-rooms (one with a fireplace), each with an elegant bathroom, and a delightful octagonal sitting room with a domed ceiling and display cases, plus a second floor laundry and a back stairway. The full basement is enormous with great potential, the utilities are gas, and there is every amenity including low voltage lighting and hydro-air heating and cooling. Custom built without regard to cost, this is a unique opportunity to buy the best, new waterfront home built in recent times, in impeccable condition, freshly decorated and ready to move into. Please call 203.869.9866 for details.


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