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They Look Like Resorts But They're Homes on the Greenwich Market

They look like resorts but they're homes on the Greenwich market.

It's not a resort — it's the view from the living room of a waterfront Old Greenwich home. Sotheby's International Realty.
It's not a resort — it's the view from the living room of a waterfront Old Greenwich home. Sotheby's International Realty.

They're not on the open house inventory in Greenwich this weekend but they surely are worth taking a look at these great estates on the market.

On the market for $10,995,000 is this Old Greenwich waterfront estate listed by Sotheby's International Realty. The listing describes the home this way: "Long-range vistas over Long Island Sound, Stamford Harbor and the Old Greenwich coastline surround this custom shingle style classic from its enchanting peninsula setting at the end of a serene private lane."

The 6,400-square foot home is situated on nearly a half-acre. For an inside look of the home with stunning waterviews, click here

Sotheby's also has another listing with a bit of history — a six-acre Round Hill Road estate owned by former Citigroup CEO Sandy Weill, who lives next door to the property.

Weill and his wife Joan, purchased the property several years ago with the thought of creating a family compound, according to reports. It turns out his son built a 16,460 square foot stone-and-timber mansion with six bedrooms, nine full bathrooms and three half bathrooms, a walk-in wine cellar, a home theater, a billiards room, an exercise room, and a spa room with a sauna and hot tub in 2004.

And the elder Weill bought back the property five years later when his son moved back to New York City. Now it's on the market for $14 million and can be viewed here.



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