Tour a Magnificent $8M Greenwich Estate in Full Bloom for Summer

Realtors report an uptick in inquiries, traffic, and bids when they can finally, finally, start showing properties with green lawns and blooming gardens. Call it flower power, but the splendor of luxury listings just shines extra bright in the summer.

In Greenwich, a majestic, Tudor-style manse asking $7.995 million proves how outdoor beauty makes a dramatic impact. The 2001-built home’s four landscaped acres offer the best of everything: A pretty pond, a 60-foot-long pool with a spa, a tennis court, and a separate guest house with its own driveway.

Inside the nearly 15,000-square-foot residence, stand-out features include the double-height entry hall with dramatic staircases, a grand living room with a fireplace, a wood-paneled library with another fireplace, and eight bedrooms, including a primary suite with a sitting room and two bathrooms. There are tons of nooks to explore, enhancing that stately yet cozy feel Tudors foster.

Estate living in Greenwich usually marries exquisite design with impressive landscaping, and this property is no exception. Joseph Barbieri of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.