Designer Cheryl Skoog Tague’s Impeccable Greenwich Home Sells for $8.55M (PHOTOS)

Designer Cheryl Skoog Tague’s Impeccable Greenwich Home Sells for $8.55M

SOLD | Built 2017 | 9,909 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 6.5+ Baths | 2.25 Acres
11 Simmons Lane, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06830

Designed, built and landscaped by designer Cheryl Skoog Tague as her personal residence, this nearly 10,000 square foot home offering unsurpassed quality on all levels has sold for $8.55 million. The property hit the market in June 2019 for $9.6 million and was reduced to $9 million in May. The interiors are undeniably beautiful with a graceful, high ceilinged entrance with a view through to the back terrace and garden. A wonderful wide rear hallway framed by French doors and long windows is on axis with a fireplace on one end and the elegant, reclaimed oak staircase on the other. There is a front to back living room with a beamed ceiling and wet bar, formal dining room with access to a fully outfitted butler’s pantry and a library with custom book cabinets and a fireplace. The kitchen is spectacular with a piece de resistance Lacanche range, a dramatic center island clad in steel, a beautiful wooden ceiling with beams and a charming breakfast room framed with a wide arched opening. 

The family room steps down and has a vaulted beamed ceiling and a large arched statement window. The master suite with a fireplace has a luxurious bath and an incredible dressing room with another bath and custom cabinetry. There are four other bedrooms in the main house. The 2.25 acre property comes surrounded in an additional 2.63 acres of protected Greenwich Land Trust meadows and woodlands and includes 3 car garage, a 60′ pool and a whimsical stone pool house with a changing room bath and raised hearth fireplace. The extensive gardens include boxwood, perennial, lindens and even a secret croquet field surrounded by tall grasses. This mid country Greenwich property was most recently on the market for $8.9 million with Sotheby’s International Realty.


















































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