Dust your feet on the welcome mats of these two on-the-market spaces.
The facade of 25 Edgewood Drive
25 Edgewood Drive
With all the elegance of Victorian architecture and all the trappings of modern living, 25 Edgewood Drive in Greenwich, Conn., is both classical and practical. Originally built in 1905, this roughly 15,000-square-foot home was reimagined in a collaboration between architect Allan Greenberg and designer Victoria Hagan. Outside, curving terraces and lap siding meet Doric columns and glass; inside, coffered ceilings and extensive millwork meet stainless-steel appliances. Between three main floors—accessible via elevator—a lower level and a guest house, the home includes 11 bedrooms and 13 ½ baths total.
The resort-style pool at 25 Edgewood Drive makes every day feel like a vacation.
The kitchens, updated this May, feature sleek white cabinetry and countertops alongside steel detailing. And the home provides no shortage of activities for residents to choose from. Its indoor amenities include a spa, regulation squash court and basketball hoop. Walking outside reveals a 3.7-acre lot with a patio area, resort-style pool and private tennis court. Surrounded by trees and greenery, the location offers residents both privacy and a taste of nature. $12.95 million, Brian Milton, 203.900.4020, brianmiltoncompass.com; Doron Sabag, 917.488.7186, doronsabag.houlihanlawrence.com
49 Wainscott Hollow Farm
Hamptons-based luxury design builder Jeffrey Collé is embarking on a new project in Wainscott. Just minutes from the ocean, he’s constructing a 40- acre subdivision featuring seven homes and a 28-acre organic farm. The first home to be built is 49 Wainscott Hollow Farm, a three-level barn-style home with a cedar-shingle exterior. Residents can enjoy ample living space, from a stone-floor kitchen and family room on the first floor to a kitchenette and playroom on the lower level. The home will include seven bedrooms total— including both a primary and junior primary suite—each with an en suite full bath and walk-in closet. Areas for both exercise and relaxation are also available, from the gym and sauna on the lower level to the saltwater pool and tennis court in the backyard. And stepping out onto the terrace from the primary suite, residents can overlook acres of greenspace, an opportunity to appreciate the Hamptons’ natural beauty. $19.95 million, 631.324.8500, jeffreycolle.com