1950s French Country Estate Redesigned by Douglas VanderHorn Architects Sells for $9.3M (PHOTOS)

1950s French Country Estate Redesigned by Douglas VanderHorn Architects Sells for $9.3M

29 Round Hill Club Road, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06831

A 1950s Neo-French style home with a Mansard roof and brick exterior that had been given a substantial makeover by Greenwich-based architectural firm VanderHorn Architects has sold for $9.3 million. It had been on the market as much as $18 million in 2015 and most recently for $12.5 million. A series of rambling additions and modifications over the years rid the home of the original charm and appeal. When VanderHorn Architects were commissioned to do the renovation, they decided to gut the entire structure and remove everything above the second floor line. This allowed them to create a full height second storey as well as a spacious third floor. There is now nearly 12,000 square feet of space with eight bedrooms and eleven bathrooms on a professionally landscaped 3.93 acre property adjoining a 91 acre reservation property and the 22 acre Round Hill Club. In addition to the main house, there is an attached guest house with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. VanderHorn Architects worked alongside interior designer Cindy Rinfret to create the new interiors. Property records reveal the home sold in 2004 for $5.5 million, sold again in 2008 for $16.25 million and was listed in early 2013 for $18 million. It was reduced to $15.8 million and again to $12.5 million before selling for $9.3 million. It was listed with David Ogilvy and Associates.

 











 







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