1910 Replica Petit Trianon Hits the Market in Greenwich, Connecticut

1910 Replica Petit Trianon Hits the Market in Greenwich, Connecticut

$32,000,000 | Built 1910 | 10,942 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 18.33 Acres
408 North Street, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06830

Northway, an impressive 18.33 acre estate complete with 10,942 square foot replica of the Petit Trianon, has hit the market for $32 million in Greenwich, Connecticut. Set on two lots with a swimming pool, clay tennis court, guest house, greenhouse with potting shed and 1913 stables with groomsmen quarters, the property offers the grandeur of yesterday. Enjoy extremely high ceilings throughout the public rooms. Architectural treasure, known for its symmetry is the most recognizable as the ”White House”. This is a true replica to every detail. Sculptured American Sweetgum 60-foot trees frame the long impressive approach. A reflecting pool with fountain, and a divided staircase to the entrance. When the property was on the market in 2010, Greenwich Time revealed, “Northway was built by Laura Robinson, an heiress to the Diamond Match and Goodrich Tire fortunes. After Robinson was granted permission from the French government, the scaled-down copy took three years and $1 million to build, according to the book The Great Estates, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1880-1930. It was completed in 1913.” Northway is on the market for $32 million with Janet Milligan of Sotheby’s International Realty – Greenwich Brokerage. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.

 











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