Greyledge Estate’s Colonial Manor Restored by All-Star Architects Wants $8M
Back in the day, Perry, Shaw & Hepburn was one of America’s premier architectural firms, most notably retained by the Rockefeller family for the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg. That project informed the restoration of this Bridgewater property that’s now on the market for $8 million.
Part of Greyledge Estate, the 53-acre spread centers on the circa-1820 clapboard Colonial, a 10,000-square-foot country home with 10 bedrooms and additional sleeping quarters in the beautifully appointed pool house. There’s a lot to love about the traditionally American interiors, but the dining hall is especially glorious. It’s candle-lit with exposed beams, a massive hearth and mixed-width floorboards, and seats 24 diners. And, it’s as charming as it sounds.
Should a buyer seek more acreage, more square footage, and more history, another parcel can be purchased with more 19th-century structures in tow. This would add 78 additional acres and 2,228-square-feet.
Mark Madonna and Jeffrey Phillips of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty have the manor listing and are the agents on the other offering as well.