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Conyers Farm Country Estate – $13,400,000

Conyers Farm Country Estate – $13,400,000

Conyers Farm Country Estate – $13,400,000
July 27
13:05 2014

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Conyers Farm Country Estate

105 Conyers Farm Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06831

Sited amid 22± acres in gated Conyers Farm, this extraordinary Shingle style country house bridges the classic and modern in a private, serenely picturesque landscape.

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The timeless design by noted architects Fairfax & Sammons refines tradition with innovative sensibilities. Resplendent in limed oak millwork, the great hall introduces the 15,000±-square foot living space fashioned not only for domestic comfort and gracious entertaining but also as a showcase for its owners’ preeminent collection of contemporary art.

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Perfect proportions are complemented by classical details, white oak floors and elaborate chimney pieces. The garden room’s hand-painted floor was inspired by the work of renowned Color Field painter Kenneth Noland.

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Park-like vistas open over a sweeping series of gardens with pool, pool house, tennis court & wisteria-covered pergolas. Published in “American Houses: The Architecture of Fairfax & Sammons”, this is a sophisticated country estate of immeasurable appeal.

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Price: $19,750,000 $13,400,000
House Size: 15,544 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 21.91 Acres
Bedrooms: 7
Bathrooms: 6 Full, 4 Half
Specialty Items: Built in 1996, Designed by Fairfax & Sammons, Limed Oak Millwork, White Oak Floorings, Garden Room with Hand-Painted Floor, Park-Like Grounds, Pool, Pool House, Tennis Court, Published in “American Houses.”
Address: 105 Conyers Farm Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06831
Listing Agent: Fran Ehrlich of Sotheby’s International Realty

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