1905 Greek Revival Home Expanded by Allan Greenberg Reduced to $12.85M (PHOTOS)

1905 Greek Revival Home Expanded by Allan Greenberg Reduced to $12.85M

$12,850,000 | Built 1905 | 15,150 Sq. Ft. | 11 Beds | 13.5 Baths | 3.7 Acres
25 Edgewood Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06831
Famed architect Allan Greenberg remodelled and expanded this turn of the century columned classic with wrap around porch in Greenwich, Connecticut. Greenberg worked alongside interior designer Victoria Hagan and landscape architect Stephen Stimson to fully realize the vision. Featured in Architectural Digest in 2010, the 15,150 square foot residence was brought into the 21st century with a glass & steel addition. The nearly four acre in-town estate includes an outdoor tennis court, pool and spa and indoor squash and basketball court. The main house features soaring ceilings, an open floor plan perfect for entertaining on the grand scale with expansive open kitchen, family room with separate chef’s kitchen and banquet sized dining room. Spectacular master suite with his and her baths and closets, exercise room and office. There are 8 additional bedrooms in the main house, 5 bedrooms on the second floor and 4 on the 3rd floor. Additional features include a 2 bedroom guest house with double height great room. The property hit the market in September 2020 for $14.85 million. It’s on the market for $12.85 million with Doron Sabag of Houlihan Lawrence.

Architectural Digest: Inspired in part by Mies van der Rohe, architect Allan Greenberg designed an addition for a late-19th-century house in Greenwich, Connecticut. “There’s a wonderful balance, a strong proportional relationship, between both buildings,” he observes. “The interiors needed to be like a warm ocean breeze,” says designer Victoria Hagan, who used a neutral palette in the glass-walled family room. Massachusetts-based Stephen Stimson Associates did the landscape architecture. 













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