Few places in the world captivate the senses. On a rare, oversized property of approx. 3.16 level acres in the heart of central Greenwich, this majestic colonial is such a place. 1920's architect James Gable Rogers, best known for his architectural contributions at Yale University, created this beautifully scaled light-filled 16-room Connecticut beauty replete with classical millwork, sculpture niches, herringbone floors, high ceilings, 8 fireplaces and four exposure views gazing upon award-winning landscape architect James Doyle gardens. Tastefully updated with a new gourmet kitchen, English baths, media surround sound systems, new terrace and a perfect spot for future pool-pool house on sweeping velvety in-town lawns. Read More