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On the Market: Greenwich, CT

With water views from every room—plus an infinity pool and separate space for guests—this seven-bedroom home checks all the right boxes.

Address: 61 Byram Shore Rd. 
Bathrooms: 7 full, 2 half 
Square feet: 6,440 
Price: $9,995,000

The gorgeous view of Long Island Sound from Byram Shore Road, where this stunning home is located, provides a unique and interesting vista, says Susie Quinn, global real estate advisor for Sotheby’s International Realty in Greenwich. “There are so many small islands and rock out-croppings, which attract more fish and fowl than any other waterfront setting—so much to see and enjoy!”

But the location isn’t the only thing that draws attention. The exterior charm of this five-bedroom home with a two-bed- room cottage belies the open and easy interior; nearly every room has water views, lots of light, high ceilings and an open flow. You can sip your morning coffee in the sun-filled breakfast room off the kitchen or on the large deck off the master bedroom, which has a fireplace, separate sitting room, numerous closets and two baths. On the lower level, a gym with exposed original stone and wine cellar that can accommodate 300 bottles add to the appeal.

Just off the family and dining rooms, a large, covered open-air porch draws you outside—and you can fish, kayak and sail right from the deep-water dock, which is ideal for boaters. Multiple expansive decks and porches, and an infinity edge pool have provided a breathtaking backdrop for parties and weddings for the current owners.

And you can’t forget the two-bedroom cottage, which has living and dining areas and a modern kitchen, all with an open floor plan and high ceilings. Plus, the cottage has its own terrace and garage.

Also great? The home is in proximity to downtown Greenwich, the train, Westchester County and Manhattan, which makes it appealing for commuters, in particular.

“This property has it all,” says Quinn. “Outdoor space for fresh air and leisure, pool, spaces for remote working and learn- ing, as well as a light-filled open layout and the magic of waterfront living.”


Susie Quinn
Global Real Estate Advisor
Sotheby’s International Realty, Greenwich, CT

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