Indian Field Road Estate

An idyllic coastal respite, this distinguished stone Georgian Colonial enjoys shimmering waterfront views of Long Island Sound in the private, guard-gated Mead Point Association. On a peaceful cove with its own private beach, pool and dock, this magnificent home looks out to southeasterly views of Tod's Point. Tastefully built with inspiration from the original 1928 stone house by architect Cormac Byrne and builder Matt Matthews of Significant Homes, LLC in 2015, this eminently livable residence offers 12,492± square feet of living space with six bedrooms and six full and three half bathrooms.

First Floor: Inside the classic entry, the front-to-back foyer hosts the main staircase and formal powder room with onyx tile flooring. Transporting water views highlight all of the main rooms which open through French doors to the magnificent waterside terraces spanning the width of the house. A beautiful reading room appointed with built-ins opens to the water, as does the generously-sized, paneled library with fireplace, bar and built-in bookshelves. The real centerpiece of the house is the double-height living room with dramatic barrel ceiling and mezzanine balcony. Centered on a stately fireplace and backdropped by water views, this show-stopping room lends itself to large formal gatherings and family get-togethers. Served by a butler's pantry, the formal dining room with adjacent wet bar and fine dentil molding opens to a covered outdoor dining area, perfectly suited for hosting summer beachfront soirees. A sunny breakfast bay lined with French doors to the terrace flows off the open-plan Christopher Peacock chef's kitchen equipped with a monumental marble island, Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, double refrigerator drawers, two Miele dishwashers, and a luxurious La Cornue range. A fireplace anchors the open-plan family room off the kitchen, with a convenient office with built-in desk adjacent. Perfect for indoor/outdoor entertaining, French doors open from the family room to the terrace with outdoor kitchen, featuring a pizza oven, built-in grill and dining area.

Second Floor: In its own wing, the exquisite primary suite with two spacious dressing rooms is clad in Venetian plaster with hand-painted detailing. French doors in the vaulted, tray-ceilinged bedroom open to coastal breezes from the private balcony overlooking the water. The lavish marble bathroom with built-in sauna and steam shower enjoys water views from the soaking tub. There are four more en-suite bedrooms on this floor as well as a laundry room with double washers and dryers.

Third Floor: There is a sixth en-suite bedroom and a playroom.

Lower Level: A mudroom with built-ins leads to the attached three-car garage. There is built-in wine storage, a mirrored exercise room and a utility room.

Property: This 1.6-acre property is oriented to outdoor living with a pool, beach, dock and backyard fire pit. Plans are available for a pool cabana. In addition to its own private beach, the property comes with deeded access to the Mead Point Association's community beach. There is a full house generator.

Location: Mead Point is one of the preeminent private associations in Greenwich, located on a waterfront peninsula with 24hr guard-gated security for its residents. Mead Point is close to Bruce Park and to downtown Greenwich Avenue, noted for its excellent shopping and dining. Greenwich has easy access into Manhattan via Metro North, while the nearby Westchester Airport offers convenient private and commercial aviation.

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