Award-Winning Old Greenwich Manse Asks $7.795M
The Shingle-style waterfront manse is a Connecticut classic—and a home in Old Greenwich represents one of the most impressive examples currently on the market. Designed by Pagliaro Bartels Sajda Architects, the 4,079-square-foot manse took the HOBI prize for the best custom home in 2015 and best master bathroom in 2013, designed by Chris Pagliaro, who also won one of our IDA awards for that room. Every room is designed to take advantage of its setting along Little Cove with unobstructed views over the water and out to Long Island Sound. Some of its coolest amenities include a library in a rotunda with floor-to-ceiling shelving, a dining room with a wall fitted with wine storage, a dramatic spiraling staircase, and a massive master suite that runs along the entire back of the home featuring a private balcony, an office with lacquered built-ins and a spa bathroom with a concrete infinity tub and a refrigerated medicine cabinet. The property also offers a deep-water dock, terraced gardens and an outdoor gas fire feature. It lists for $7,795,000 with Edward Mortimer of Sotheby’s International Realty.