What Can I Get For $10M In…Greenwich, Connecticut?

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Boxwood garden fans take note, this Instagram-worthy estate is all the inspiration you need! We love Greenwich, Connecticut, with its serene country escapes and in-town gems. So this week, we decided to up the ante and see how far $10 million would go in the Fairfield County oasis. Our search led us to the 1930s English Manor nestled at 32 Vineyard Lane.

Currently listed by Leslie McElwreath of Sotheby’s International Realty Greenwich for $9.750 million, it is exactly the kind of home to brighten up even the most discerning real estate buff’s day. Let’s take a look around, shall we?

The sophisticated five-bedroom, six-full-and-three-half-bath looker sits on over 4.4 secluded acres with a sparkling pool, spring-fed lake, and acres of rolling lawn. But the real eye-catcher? Its pristine boxwood gardens, reminiscent of those you’d find across the pond.

Of course, the striking architecture and warm, inviting interiors are nothing to balk at. In fact, they are divine and everything we could hope for. The historic Greenwich English manor is comprised of stucco, stone, and timber, meticulously restored and renovated by the renowned Grandburg & Associates. According to the listing, the result is a residence offering “every modern amenity throughout four levels of stylish and sun-filled living space.”

From the dramatic double-island kitchen to the charming breakfast room, spacious family room, and elegant formals, this is a home to withstand the ages. Both timeless, and classic, but with an effortless layout, its expanded interiors were built for modern-day entertaining.

Can you picture yourself starting and ending each day from this luxurious master suite? It comes richly appointed with an inviting sitting room, impressive spa-baths, and not one, but two dressing rooms.

Additional highlights include a jaw-dropping custom wine cellar and expansive entertaining terrace that overlooks the sweeping lawn and lake.

The best of old and new, this expertly updated gem is a rare opportunity to own a private retreat mere minutes from Greenwich Avenue shopping, dining, and boutiques.

Leslie McElwreath of Sotheby’s International Realty Greenwich has listed 32 Vineyard Lane, Greenwich, Connecticut for $9.750 million.