100 Field Point Circle
Bathrooms: 9 full, 2 half
Square Footage: 12,500
“Field Point Park was established in 1899 as an exclusive shorefront colony combining country-like beauty with proximity to New York City,” explains senior real estate advisor Joseph Barbieri of Sotheby’s International Realty in Greenwich, CT. Formerly featuring a horse trotting track, the century-old park is now one of the most sought-after coastal enclaves on the East Coast.
In this eight-bedroom home, designed by architect Arthur Hanlon of Shope Reno Wharton, you’ll find soaring ceilings, walls of windows, an expansive covered porch with water views, and a deep water dock. “Grand scale entertaining and everyday living are equally at home in this elegant home with stylish interiors,” says Barbieri.
A chef’s kitchen has two large pantries, radiant heated floors and a breakfast nook overlooking the Long Island Sound, while the eight-burner Wolf gas range, double ovens, double Sub-Zero freezers and refrigerators and three Miele dishwashers provide all the tools for entertaining.
The 2,650-square-foot room, which houses a 60-foot indoor pool designed after the Four Seasons George V hotel pool in Paris, can easily convert to a gala space with custom floor. Radiant heated floors and skylights provide natural light and warmth there as well.
Beauty and function is preserved in nearly any weather condition, thanks to the hurricane impact resistant Tischler windows, a water filtration system, and a back-up generator for the entire home.
Joseph Barbieri or Leslie McElwreath
Sotheby’s International Realty Greenwich, CT
Barbieri: 203-940-2025, McElwreath: 917-539-3654; sothebysrealty.com