Billionaire Investor Stanley Druckenmiller Lists $31.5M Greenwich Estate

An aerial view of the 19.5-acre estate.Sabine Farm, a 19.5-acre spread on Round Hill in Greenwich, just hit the market asking $31.5M.

Originally built by New York architects Hunt & Hunt for publishing magnate H.J. Fisher, the estate was bought by billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller in 2004 and underwent an extensive restoration and renovation that succeeded in retaining museum-quality appointments like the English oak paneling and original fireplaces, while introducing new imported wall coverings, carpets and draperies curated by Pamela Banker Associates. The 12,238-square-foot fieldstone manor includes 8 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms along with grand entertaining spaces and a contemporary family wing that features the Poggenpohl-appointed kitchen, family room and home gymnasium. A recent addition by Austin Patterson Disston Architects added a 2-bedroom guest apartment and 4-car garage. Sotheby’s International Realty’s Leslie McElwreath represents the listing, which was reported on Mansion Global.

The fieldstone manor was constructed by New York architects Hunt & Hunt. The entry hall features original paneling. A decorative ceiling adds period charm to the living room. The contemporary kitchen is outfitted in Poggenpohl. The dining room features a fireplace. A mural decorates the wall above the fireplace in the library. The library features a desk and a bay window. The master bedroom. The master bedroom features a sprawling dressing room. A loggia off the back of the house looks out over the property. A pergola sits next to the pool. A look at the rear of the home.