Round Hill Road, Greenwich , Connecticut 06831
Round Hill Road, Greenwich CT 06831

Round Hill Road, Greenwich CT 06831

Round Hill Road, Greenwich , Connecticut


  • 6 Beds
  • 6.2 Acres Lot
  • 10286 Sq.Ft. Living
  • 1998 Year Built
  • For Sale Status

It’s Mid Country.  It’s Round Hill Road.  It’s extraordinary!


This exceptional Brick Georgian manor, perfectly sited on 6.2 level acres with lake views, offers total privacy and has been built to the highest standards with fine architectural details. The gracious entrance hall with its soaring ceiling and grand staircase opens to the elegant first floor public rooms: dramatic Living Room with double height ceiling, long windows, beautiful fireplace, and wet bar, large formal Dining Room with adjoining Butler’s Pantry, new Kitchen with spacious eating area that connects the Family Room with fireplace and French doors to the side garden, terrace, and pool, Library with beautiful cabinetry and French doors to a rear terrace, first-floor guest room, and home gym. Two powder rooms, laundry, mudroom leading to the four-car garage complete the first floor.   The graceful staircase leads to a large furnished landing with views of the lake and the hallways leading to the large elegant master, three additional bedrooms, and an office. The spacious master, with fireplace and balcony,  is located in its own wing and has two large walk-in closets and two bathrooms. 

The property- the home - the lake views - pool - and 7 minutes to town...

Greenwich living at its best!

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Area & Lot

  • Living Area10286 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area6.2 Acres
  • Status For Sale
  • YEAR BUILT1998
  • Architecture StylesColonial
  • View DescriptionLake Views, Georgian Manor
  • water FrontageLake Views


  • SALES PRICE$9,200,000


We offer the highest level of expertise and service with integrity. Carrie Wells is the leading real estate agent in Aspen and has helped hundreds of buyers find their dream home in Aspen and the surrounding areas, including Snowmass Village, Woody Creek, & Old Snowmass.


Courtesy of Carolyn Sarsen and Jack Sarsen