An Award-Winning Architectural Beauty on the Coast of Old Greenwich Asks $6.5M

For those scouring the luxury market for a special Connecticut property, both with an extraordinary location and design, this Old Greenwich home is a must-see. Sitting on a quiet cove, this dazzling shoreline house was designed by PBS Architects and built by Brindisi & Yaroscak, winning a HOBI award in 2015. Now, the shingle-style abode is for sale asking $6.495 million.

Upon entering the 4,089-square-foot residence, guests are greeted by a show-stopping and chandelier-topped octagonal library, a shape that defines the structure. Yes, the home flaunts a series of octagonal spaces, featuring beamed ceilings and timeless French doors. This geometric decision also allows for ample windows to highlight the picturesque water views.

The dwelling’s three bedrooms (with a fourth bedroom possible) and four-and-a-half baths mean it could easily function as a family home or weekend getaway from NYC, just 35 miles away. Its dock, outdoor patio, and pool make it ripe for splashy Connecticut summers. Plus, there’s a wine cellar.

Heightening the home’s allure, the primary suite spans 1,500 square feet. Besides the stunning views, this intimate sanctuary features a spa-like bathroom with elements inspired by Asia, such as river pebbles, teak, and concrete.

With architectural prestige and top amenities, 6 Little Cove Place blends coastal New England charm with upscale, innovative design. Could you imagine starting 2022 here? Ira Tamigian and Steven Magnuson of Douglas Elliman hold the listing.