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New England Shingle-Style Residence by Austin Patterson Disston Reduced to $9.7M, Prev. $11.7M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

New England Shingle-Style Residence by Austin Patterson Disston Reduced to $9.7M, Prev. $11.7M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

New England Shingle-Style Residence by Austin Patterson Disston Reduced to $9.7M, Prev. $11.7M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
April 01
17:25 2019

New England Shingle-Style Residence by Austin Patterson Disston Reduced to $9.7M, Prev. $11.7M

16 Doubling Road, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06830

Designed by Austin Patterson Disston Architects and built to superior standards in 2007 for the current owners, this remarkable New England shingle-style house has a country feel in the heart of mid-country. The 10,190 square foot residence first hit the market in mid-2018 for $11,700,000 and is currently available for $9,700,000. An elegant portico shelters the mahogany front door, leading into a gorgeous two-storey center hall with a beamed ceiling and a charming alcove seating area. The main floor also includes a living room with fireplace, a beamed ceiling and three sets of French doors to the verandah, a richly panelled and book lined library with fireplace and a hidden doorway to the hallway and a gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry. There are eight bedrooms, seven full and two half bathrooms throughout, including a large master suite with dressing room, luxurious bathroom and a private balcony with views to the Long Island Sound.  The lower level has two panelled family rooms, one with a stand up wet bar, a playroom or exercise room, a full bathroom, a laundry room, a huge wine cellar, a wrapping room, large storage rooms and two stairways to the main floor. The residence is set on a 2.93 acre property across the street from the Greenwich Country Club and includes a lovely heated pool, spa and a pavilion pool house. It’s on the market for $9,700,000 with David Ogilvy & Associates.











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