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On the Market: Greenwich, CT

exterior view of house

23 Ridgeview Ave.
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 8
Square feet: 8,257 
Price: $5,750,000

“This is the slow-down-and-stare home that people remember,” says Tracey Koorbusch, Senior Global Real Estate Advisor with Sotheby’s International Realty in Greenwich, CT. The six-bedroom home is minutes from schools, Greenwich Avenue and Metro North but offers the quiet piece of one private acre. Plus, if you don’t want (or have) a commute at all these days, there’s the added bonus of two home offices. 

“It’s a very warm and welcoming home, designed with a masterful blend of formal and informal spaces that flow easily inside to the outdoors,” says Koorbusch. The home was built by noted architect Rick Moisan in the classic New England style. “Most Greenwich buyers today are looking for a quality construction home in a walking neighborhood close to town. Home offices, pools and manageable green space are also at the top of the list; 23 Ridgeview Avenue delivers it all,” explains Koorbusch. 

Designed for today’s living, the gourmet eat-in kitchen is the hub of the home with a large center island and walk-in pantry. A custom wine cellar downstairs provides ample storage for wine enthusiasts and the three-car garage has a custom organization system. Outside, a circular drive and courtyard are ideal for guest parking. Families will be drawn to the fenced-in backyard with in-ground pool and spa, both with automatic cover, large bluestone terrace for al fresco dining and several covered porches.  

Tracey Koorbusch
Senior Global Real Estate Advisor
Sotheby’s International Realty, Greenwich, CT

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