Updated: May 19
Sitting on five acres, the Joeb Moore-designed property looks out on the scenic Long Island Sound and is surrounded by beautiful greenery. It was designed in accordance with top-quality building materials, including a completely steel frame.
A gorgeous tree-lined gravel driveway leads to the gated compound, which sits on one of the highest lots in Greenwich.
“The ability to have views of Long Island Sound makes this property unique given its location,” noted Johnson.
On the grounds, immaculate gardens and plantings frame the manicured tennis court.
An incredible glass-encased pool house lets the outdoors in while offering year-round enjoyment. Connected to the main house with a tunnel, the pool can be reached without ever stepping outside.
Inside the main house, the dramatic entryway hints at the home’s masterful design, combining modern and traditional elements.
Walls of windows, soaring ceilings, and skylights bask the home in sunlight and reveal the spectacular Reed Hilderbrand-designed wildflower gardens and lawns beyond.
The double-island, skylit kitchen awaits with its metal-framed windows and onyx countertops, and a glass-enclosed hallway leads to the mudroom, staff quarters, and parking garages beyond.
From the grand-scale formal dining and living rooms to the spacious family rooms, every corner of this seven-bedroom home has been thoughtfully planned.
The tranquil master suite overlooks the grounds and features its own deck as well as separate walk-in closets and his-and-hers bathroom areas.
On the third floor, a billiard room offers water and NYC skyline views. A movie theater, library, and gym complete the 16,000-square-foot estate that truly is an example of the finest in suburban living.