Georgian Stone Manor by Architect Paul Marchese Asks $8.9M in Greenwich, CT (PHOTOS)

Georgian Stone Manor by Architect Paul Marchese Asks $8.9M in Greenwich, CT

$8,995,000 | Built 2000 | 14,777 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 8.5+ Baths | 8.39 Acres
41 Alpine Road, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06830

Designed by internationally recognized and award-winning architect Paul Marchese, this stone Georgian manor set on 8.4 acres has hit the market for $8.9 million in Greenwich, Connecticut. Showcasing nearly 15,000 square feet of living space, this residence was constructed using old world details and extraordinary craftsmanship. Modern electrical and mechanical systems and materials are blended to assure historical correctness yet offer the highest level of comfort and technology. Equal attention was given to the interior design to remain true to the style of the home. The highlights of the home are the beautiful proportions, 12-foot-high ceilings, the abundance of natural light, and a floor plan ideal for today’s modern multi-generational living. 

The rooms are spacious with distinctive character achieved through the inspired mix of materials and surfaces. From the grand scale entrance hall, living room and dining room, each with richly detailed plaster crown mouldings, to the family room with a curved wall of windows trimmed in pine to match the coffered ceiling beams. Enjoy a panelled library, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, primary bedroom suite with two sitting rooms and two bathrooms, four additional ensuite bedrooms, loft apartment on the third floor with the sixth bedroom and a sunroom. The lower level features a professional home theatre, wine cellar, a billiards room with a bar, and a gym with a sauna. The property is on the market for $8.9 million with Leslie McElwreath of Sotheby’s International Realty.

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