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Inside a $32.5M Paul Stephan Marchese Architects Designed Greenwich, CT Manor (PHOTOS)

Inside a $32.5M Paul Stephan Marchese Architects Designed Greenwich, CT Manor (PHOTOS)

Inside a $32.5M Paul Stephan Marchese Architects Designed Greenwich, CT Manor (PHOTOS)
February 13
14:40 2019

Inside a $32.5M Paul Stephan Marchese Architects Designed Greenwich, CT Manor

14 Meadow Lane, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06831

It’s been called the most successful spec house in Greenwich, Connecticut. The 14.49 acre property, previously owned by actor George C. Scott, sold in 2005 for $8,725,000. Just six years later, the redeveloped property sold for $32,500,000. Paul Stephan Marchese Architects designed a substantial 14,000 square foot award-winning manor on the estate complete with subterranean garaging for twelve vehicles, extensive gardens, entertaining patios and a pool with charming pool house. It was built by Connecticut builder Hobbs, Inc., finishing in 2011. The interiors include an elegant floating staircase with ebonized mahogany railing and treads, a two-storey breakfast room with Honduran mahogany and leaded glass windows, a soaring 22 foot high family room with 17 foot x 20 foot wide windows with motorized transoms and an antique English pine bar with oak flooring in a chevron pattern. Realtor.com estimates the annual taxes at $219,690. Scroll down to take a tour inside this spectacular Greenwich manor. Photography by Phillip Ennis. 

 

 



















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