J.P. Franzen-Designed Colonial in Greenwich Asks $21M (PHOTOS)

J.P. Franzen-Designed Colonial in Greenwich Asks $21M

$20,995,000 | Built 2009 | 8,278 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 6.5+ Baths | 2.36 Acres
32 Indian Point Lane, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06878

A three-storey Colonial designed by architect JP Franzen and built by Tallman Builders on Greenwich’s Lowther Point is on the market for $21 million. It has a traditional, comfortable layout but with modern feel of high ceilings, grand, spacious rooms, most of which look out upon the water. Views to Long Island, distant bridges, and the NYC skyline as well as sunsets from rooftop deck. An impressively wide, three-storey, open stairway with elegant landings leads to the perfectly positioned master bedroom which takes full advantage of those skyline views. Three additional family bedrooms with water views and a luxurious guest suite plus an option for more guest bedrooms on the third floor. Enjoy direct waterfront at the southernmost tip of Indian Head Road. Gated entrance, water in all directions, this is your refuge from the world. It’s on the market for $21 million with Gideon Fountain of Houlihan Lawrence. 















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