Stone retaining walls and a stone driveway tie in with the stone and clapboard facade of this luxury cottage-style home in Greenwich, Connecticut. Rounded bays, a large front porch and myriad windows add loads of charm.
A dramatic curved window and turret-like extension give this stone and clapboard home fairy tale curb appeal. The stone driveway features an artful inlaid design and offers plenty of extra parking for guests. The four-level house offers dramatic views across Long Island Sound, from nearly every room.
This luxury home in Greenwich, Connecticut, features a stone and clapboard exterior that fits perfectly within its setting. The 12,000-square-foot home is oriented to take advantage of the panoramic vistas of nearby islands and across Long Island Sound.
This luxurious Connecticut estate is surrounded by a sweeping lawn and perennial gardens and located on a quiet cul-de-sac. The large backyard pool features a fountain and two sitting areas complete with an outdoor love seat, lounge chairs and an umbrella for relaxing in the shade.
This stunning four-level waterfront home features six bedrooms and 12,000 square feet of living space. A rear facade composed largely of windows offers homeowners and guests sweeping views across Long Island Sound.
An infinity-edge hot tub and tranquil pool enjoy picturesque views across Long Island Sound in the backyard of this luxury home in Greenwich, Connecticut. The home's stone exterior continues onto the pool and hardscape.
This bright white kitchen includes a wall oven, cooktop, butcher block-topped island and ample room for a breakfast table. The crown molding on the cabinetry and Windsor-style chairs offer charm to match the era of this Old Greenwich, Conn., seaside home, which was built in 1895.
This fieldstone-clad home in Old Greenwich, Conn., enjoys sweeping views of Long Island Sound. An 85-foot pier and dock with deep-water mooring sit along the home's shoreline near the property's pool and spa.
Expansive windows provide panoramic views of the Connecticut countryside at this estate home designed by Andrew Bartolotta. Designer Amy Zolin drew the neutral palette of the home's exterior into her interior designs and embraced the laid-back setting with a look that was less fussy and formal than a home in the city.