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18,000 Sq. Ft. Georgian Manor Designed by Thompson Raissis Architects Sells for $17.5M, Prev. $35M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

18,000 Sq. Ft. Georgian Manor Designed by Thompson Raissis Architects Sells for $17.5M, Prev. $35M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

18,000 Sq. Ft. Georgian Manor Designed by Thompson Raissis Architects Sells for $17.5M, Prev. $35M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
January 13
19:10 2019


18,000 Sq. Ft. Georgian Manor Designed by Thompson Raissis Architects Sells for $17.5M, Prev. $35M

110 Clapboard Ridge Road, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06830

A substantial stone Georgian-style mansion on a 5.34 acre estate on Greenwich’s coveted Clapboard Ridge Road has sold for $17,500,000. The property made it’s debut on the market in 2015 for $35,000,000 before dropping to $29,500,000 just a year later. It was reduced once more to $24,995,000 before selling. It was designed and built by the talented team at Thompson Raissis Architects in 2011 and extends nearly 18,000 square feet with 6 bedrooms, 7 full and 6 half bathrooms with an additional 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in the detached guest/pool house. Enter into the grand two storey entry hall before retreating to the elegant living room with two limestone fireplaces and stunning antique bronze French doors leading to a terrace spanning the rear of house. The kitchen and breakfast room open to a fabulous family room with vaulted ceiling and fireplace while the formal dining room offers historical charm with dentil mouldings, columns and crystal light fixtures. Additional rooms include a walnut panelled library, office and sun-filled billiards room with built-ins. The lower level houses the home’s indoor pool, home theatre and lobby, wine cellar, home gym and family room. The 5.34 acre estate is professionally landscaped with a variety of species of plants and includes an outdoor pool, life-size chess set and large motor court with 5 car garage. Property taxes on an estate of magnitude ring in at $152,211 annually. The property was on the market for $24,995,000 with Leslie McElwreath.

 

 





 



 

 







 

 

 

 



 

 

  

 





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