Extraordinary 1929 estate gracing a rare five plus acres in the private Khakum Wood Association in the heart of mid-country Greenwich. A magnificent cobble stone courtyard introduces the eight bedroom brick manor. The historic brick façade belies the modern infrastructure within. Taken down to the studs in 2004, the residence has been completely rebuilt, expanded and restored to the highest standards by The Xhema Group. The stunning interiors were designed by David Easton for modern lifestyles, yet pay homage to timeless European elegance and style. The house spans 13,000 +/- square feet over four levels of finished living space with every modern amenity. The grounds meticulously designed by Madison Cox inspire serenity with exquisite formal gardens, allees of trees, a fountain, pavilion, walking path, pool, pool house, tree house and tennis court, all amidst acres of manicured rolling lawn.
Along a 30-mile stretch of coastline in Fairfield County, Connecticut, is a collection of blue-chip communities that are among the most affluent in America. This is the Gold Coast, on the Long Island Sound, where 24-karat pockets like Greenwich and Darien have some of the nation’s highest per capita income levels. Read more about luxury homes in Fairfield County