c.1891 Fairholme Manor in Belle Haven, CT Reduced to $12.35M (PHOTOS)

c.1891 Fairholme Manor in Belle Haven, CT Reduced to $12.35M

$12,350,000 | Built c.1891 | 12,411 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 6.5+ Baths | 1.54 Acres
44 Mayo Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06830

One of the most beautiful historic properties in Belle Haven, Connecticut has been reduced to $12,350,000. The property first hit the market in 2016 for $22,000,000. It’s called Fairholme and with a history dating back to c.1891 there is no shortage of architectural charm & period detail throughout. According to The Old House Life, the 12,400 square foot residence was built as a summer home for real estate developer and shipping magnate, Nathaniel Witherell. The seven bedroom, eight bathroom English style manor sits on a manicured 1.54 acre estate in the prestigious enclave of Belle Haven, Connecticut. Enjoy features such as a wraparound porch, formal gardens, swimming pool with cabana, sprawling lawns, and a four bedroom coachman’s house. The 128-year-old manor has been meticulously maintained to preserve the integrity of the original details, while updated for today’s modern living with a stunning Alexa Hampton-designed interior. Take a step back in time and scroll through these gorgeous interiors which featured beamed ceilings, ornate fireplace mantels, leaded windows and a large conservatory. Fairholme is on the market for $12,350,000 with Kristy de la Sierra of Houlihan Lawrence

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