Former Citigroup CEO Sanford Weill's Greenwich Home Lists for $14.9M
Financier philanthropist and former CEO of Citigroup, Sanford Weill, is selling the Greenwich estate he calls Happy Valley. The circa-1930 Normandy manor sits atop Round Hill on eight-plus acres that offer such harvest-time delights as an apple orchard, a massive kitchen garden and a greenhouse. Less work and more fun’s on offer on the covered dining porch with a fireplace, at the tennis court, pool and pool house. Architect Ira Grandberg renovated the nearly 10,000-square-foot interiors, now featuring a glass conservatory, a wine cellar, a home gym, five bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Lyn Stevens and Robin Kencel of Douglas Elliman list the property for $14.9 million.
9,495 sq. ft.
Contact: Lyn Stevens and Robin Kencel at Douglas Elliman, elliman.com
The living room has a dramatic vaulted ceiling.
A bay window lets plenty of natural light into the breakfast room.
The solarium provides indoor/outdoor living space.
The wine cellar and tasting room.
The pavilion features an outdoor fireplace and room for outdoor entertaining.
The grounds feature a pool and hot tub.