Classic 1906 “Brae Burn Farm” includes English-Inspired Stone Manor in Greenwich, Connecticut

Kyle Norton

Kyle Norton

Classic 1906 “Brae Burn Farm” includes English-Inspired Stone Manor in Greenwich, Connecticut

$9,450,000 | Built 1906 | 10,346 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 6.5+ Baths | 5.78 Acres
15 Upper Cross Rd, Greenwich, CT 06831

Nestled in the heart of the backcountry, Brae Burn Farm stands as a testament to a bygone era of elegance and architectural mastery. Built in 1906, this English-inspired stone manor has recently undergone a stunning transformation, reimagined for the needs and desires of modern living. From its long, gated drive on a sprawling 5.7-acre estate to its expansive level lawns, this property is a true oasis of calm and tranquility. Featuring a gravel motor court and an oversized porte-cochère, Brae Burn Farm welcomes its guests in grand style. Inside, the attention to detail and commitment to excellence is evident in every room, from the paneled library with its carved Georgian mantle to the molded plaster strapwork ceiling. 

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And with new bathrooms, a redesigned Christopher Peacock kitchen, and custom Schuco windows and doors, this classic estate seamlessly blends timeless elegance with modern amenities. With an elevator that reaches all four floors, geothermal HVAC, a new roof, partially finished basement, and a swimming pool, this property is a true masterpiece of design and craftsmanship. Whether you’re looking for a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life or a grand estate to entertain friends and family, Brae Burn Farm is a one-of-a-kind property on the market for $9.45 million in Greenwich, Connecticut.

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From the listing: Thoroughly reimagined for today’s lifestyle, this stylish fusion of luxurious modern function and 1906 architectural craftsmanship sits against a backdrop of tranquility. Situated up a long, gated drive on an impressive 5.7 acres, the driveway sweeps into a gravel motor court and historic, oversized porte-cochere. The redesign takes its cue from the original stone manor architecture and authentic materials, using neutral tones and contemporary finishes. Outdoors, open space and expansive level lawns beckon to enjoy a calm, slower pace of life complimented by a pool and tennis court. The redesign included a va-voom Christopher Peacock kitchen, custom Schuco windows and doors, sparkling new bathrooms, new elevator to all 4 floors, geothermal HVAC and a magnificent new roof. 

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Nostalgic architectural details remain such as the paneled Library, carved Georgian mantle, and molded plaster strapwork ceiling. Luxe Primary Suite offers escape and relaxation with spa bathroom and west-facing balcony. 5 more double bedrooms. Partially finished basement with walkout to pool gives the residence added versatility to maximize the potential of this quintessential English manor home. This is Brae Burn Farm, located in the heart of Greenwich horse country with the conveniences of a central location – just 3 minutes to local stores and easy access to schools and downtown Greenwich – yet a world away. The property is on the market for $9.45 million with Meg Allen Rodriguez & Jill Marchak of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties – Greenwich. Photography by Kyle Norton.



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Meg Allen Rodriguez & Jill Marchak, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties – Greenwich