Coastal Stone Georgian Colonial Reduced to $51.9 Million in Greenwich, Connecticut

$51,995,000 | Built in 2014 | 12,492 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 8 Baths | 1.6 Acres

Nestled in the private, guard-gated Mead Point Association, this distinguished stone Georgian Colonial, located at 545 Indian Field Rd, Greenwich, CT, offers an enchanting coastal retreat with breathtaking waterfront views of Long Island Sound. Situated on a serene cove with its own private beach, pool, and dock, this remarkable home captures southeasterly views of Tod’s Point, providing an idyllic escape.

Built in 2015 by architect Cormac Byrne and builder Matt Matthews of Significant Homes, LLC, with inspiration drawn from the original 1928 stone house, this impeccably designed residence spans 12,492± square feet of living space, featuring six bedrooms and six full and three half bathrooms.

The first floor welcomes you with a classic entry, a front-to-back foyer showcasing the main staircase, and a formal powder room with onyx tile flooring. Water views grace the main rooms, accessible through French doors that open to waterside terraces spanning the house’s width. The reading room and generously-sized, paneled library with a fireplace, bar, and built-in bookshelves offer a serene atmosphere. The highlight is the double-height living room with a dramatic barrel ceiling and mezzanine balcony, centered on a stately fireplace and framed by water views, perfect for grand gatherings.

The formal dining room, served by a butler’s pantry, opens to a covered outdoor dining area, ideal for summer beachfront soirees. The open-plan Christopher Peacock chef’s kitchen, equipped with a monumental marble island, Sub-Zero refrigerator, double refrigerator drawers, two Miele dishwashers, and a luxurious La Cornue range, flows into a sunny breakfast bay and a family room with a fireplace and adjacent office.

The second floor features the primary suite in its own wing, adorned with Venetian plaster, two spacious dressing rooms, and a balcony with coastal breezes. The marble bathroom with a sauna and steam shower enjoys water views from the soaking tub. Four additional en-suite bedrooms and a laundry room complete this level. The third floor includes a sixth en-suite bedroom and a playroom.

The lower level comprises a mudroom leading to the attached three-car garage, built-in wine storage, a mirrored exercise room, and a utility room. The 1.6-acre property is designed for outdoor living with a pool, beach, dock, and backyard fire pit. Plans for a pool cabana are available, and the property includes deeded access to the Mead Point Association’s community beach. With a full house generator, Mead Point stands as one of Greenwich’s premier private associations, offering 24hr guard-gated security and proximity to Bruce Park and downtown Greenwich Avenue for shopping and dining. Easy access to Manhattan via Metro North and Westchester Airport adds to the convenience of this luxurious waterfront retreat.

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