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124 Old Mill Road, Greenwich, CT 06831
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Truly one of the most significant estates available on the East Coast, Old Mill Farm sweeps across seventy-five premier back country acres and showcases magical James Doyle flower and maze gardens lacing a stunning Elizabethan Tudor Manor with terraced pool, tennis court, six-stall horse stable, granite-stone guest outbuilding, and a spring-fed lake. George L. Ohrstrom, prosperous 1920’s investment banker and decorated WWI pilot, commissioned brilliant architect Charles Lewis Bowman to create this enduring country gentleman’s estate complete with extensive bridle trails that are still enjoyed today. Emerging after 75 years with museum-quality restoration and updates showcasing imported English 17th-Century paneling and staircase, a grand walk-in fireplace
The property, known as Old Mill Farm, is crowned with a Tudor-style manor home, first built as a country gentleman’s estate in 1926. While the mansion spans more than 15,000 square feet, boasting 15 bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms and seven half bathrooms, it’s the great hall past the main entrance that makes the most opulent statement. With 40-foot cathedral ceilings done in half-timber, stone walls, 17th-century paneling and light bursting through stained glass, it’s what owner you can call “a party room.”
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