An Equestrian’s Dream Greenwich Estate Trots to Market Priced at $5M

Atop almost 7.5 acres of rolling greens, this Connecticut estate is calling out to equestrians. The circa-1734 main house couldn’t be more countryside picturesque, looking more akin to the properties of rural Litchfield County. However, the home is actually in affluent Greenwich and less than an hour outside of New York City. Asking $4.995 million, it’s also the perfect landing spot for watching all the seasons of New England on foot or on horseback.

On the market for the first time in 23 years, this homestead is the epitome of a Colonial farmhouse. The property is split into two parcels, the main house and then additional guest cottages by the pool. The 4,500-square-foot main home is accented with charming details throughout, from its classic country kitchen to its beautiful wood floors and wood beam ceilings.

With an elegant mix of airy and traditional rooms, the living spaces offer that blend of historic character and modern touches that buyers are all about lately. Holding four bedrooms and six bathrooms in total, the estate makes entertaining and hosting guests a no-brainer as well .

On the other part of the property sits a pool with a pool house, as well as an 1860 cottage holding three apartments. Perched right alongside are stables. Taking one’s horses out for a ride is easy and convenient, with the opportunity to choose from trotting them around the sand riding ring on the property or exploring the nearby 94-acre Nichol’s Preserve.

Krissy Blake of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the reins of this listing.