Field Point in Greenwich

Field Point, an exquisite custom-built stone Georgian with 340 feet of private Long Island Sound shoreline and breathtaking panoramic views was designed by the award-winning architecture firm, Shope Reno Wharton Associates, to exemplify luxury waterfront living at the highest caliber. Ideally situated on 2.46 pristine acres of land in the exclusive guard gated Field Point Circle Association in Greenwich, Connecticut, this unparalleled estate embodies the essence of strategic architecture with stylish interiors, while featuring a deep-water dock, indoor pool, outdoor pool, private beach, English gardens and more. Elevated, protected and privately positioned, Field Point offers the ultimate in luxury lifestyle.  

 A masterpiece of craftsmanship, this eight-bedroom home is light-filled and graced by soaring ceilings, walls of windows and expansive covered porch affording idyllic waterviews. Grand-scale entertaining and everyday living are equally at home in this elegant home with interiors by Thomas O’Brien of Aero Studios. Amenities include hurricane impact resistant Tischler windows, a water filtration system and a back-up generator for the entire house. There is an attached garage with electric vehicle charging station.   

 Introduced by a long, radiant heated cobbled drive leading to a landscaped forecourt, this property offers beautiful, chemical-free landscaping by Cummin Associates. Extensive fruit and vegetable gardens and fruit tree orchards highlight the grounds, along with two beehives and a chicken coop. Lined with sycamore trees, the outdoor pool is spanned by a stone terrace with BBQ and pergola with wood-burning outdoor fireplace. The garage is flanked by a sports court with basketball hoop. At the edge of the sweeping lawns is an electric-powered dock with freshwater bib protected by a 180’ stone jetty. There is also additional mooring off the main dock, a storage shed for kayaks, and private beach-front seating. From this panoramic viewpoint, enchanting scenery stretches over the open water, observing the vessels sailing to and from the entrance to Greenwich Harbor and the Indian Harbor Yacht Club.

Field Point is listed for $55,000,000. For more information, contact Joseph Barbieri at 203.940.2025 or Leslie McElwreath at 917.539.3654.