A Greenwich Manse Perfect for Wine Aficionados Wants $11.25M
The best thing about winter? It’s red wine season. And there’s not a better place to enjoy a Super Tuscan—or whatever varietal you favor—than a shingle-style Greenwich estate, in its handsome cave featuring stone walls and floors, and a tasting table (note: BYOB). Just listed for $11.25 million, the 10,000-square-foot manse was designed by architect Sam Mitchell and built by Nordic Custom Builders.
The main floor offers large formal rooms with 10-foot ceilings and a master suite with French doors opening onto an outdoor terrace and pool. The lower level is where you’ll find the wine room, along with a home theater, card room (ventilated, in case your poker buddies like a cigar), and a gym and spa. And on the four-acre grounds, there’s an expansive covered terrace, gardens and pool.
It is listed with Susie Quinn of Sotheby’s International Realty.