$7,750,000 | Built 1935 | 9,712 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 6.5+ Baths | 9.43 Acres
15 Reynwood Manor, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06831
Charming English-style gardens, fountains, a formal courtyard and a history dating to 1935. Those are just some of the features of Greenwich, Connecticut’s historic Reynwood Manor. The nearly 10,000 square foot mansion was previously listed as much as $17.5 million in 2011 and was recently reduced to $7.75 million. Reynwood Manor was constructed over a three year period, finishing in 1935, by over 100 workers and artisans. It was commissioned by William Flinn, whose construction firm, Booth and Flinn, was involved in many large projects including the Holland Tunnel between New York City and New Jersey. The manor sits on an impressive 9.43 acre park-like estate at the end of a private lane surrounded by conservation land.
The property has been entirely renovated by the current owner and updated to stunning standards while retaining its traditional elegance with original details, such as the cathedral ceiling and stone fireplace in the great room as well as the intricately detailed ceiling and wainscoting in the formal dining room. On the upper level, the luxurious master bedroom suite has his and her marble baths, and dressing rooms as well as a sitting room with fireplace and a library. In addition, there are four large, well appointed bedrooms and a total of five and a half baths in the home. The property also includes both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts and an abundance of outdoor entertaining space. Daniel Milstein Photography has a collection of beautiful exterior shots of the manor. Reynwood Manor is on the market for $7.75 million with Tamar Lurie of Coldwell Banker.