This luxury stone and shingle house in Greenwich, Connecticut features Gambrel style architecture with symmetrical front façade, cedar roof, dual stair towers, stone veneer and arched windows.
French Country Stone House on the Connecticut Waterfront
This new shore front estate in Greenwich, Connecticut was inspired by Beaux-Arts French classical architecture and Georgian architectural elements.
Elegant French Neoclassical Stone Mansion in Connecticut
Set in a tranquil park-like setting, this elegant estate in Greenwich, Connecticut evokes the architecture of neoclassical French chateau. The exterior pale honey-colored quartzite stone walls and incorporated details such as French windows, scrolling ironwork, and bull’s-eye dormers framed by carved volutes infuse the house with a decisively French character.
Waterfront Stone Mansion with French Country Architecture
This exquisite residence in Greenwich, Connecticut is anchored with native fieldstone and limestone while incorporating French elements such as flared roofs, arched dormers, intricate iron railings and balconies.
Georgian Style Stone Mansion Recreates Old World Grandeur
Greenwich, Connecticut – This elegant stone house on a sprawling estate in Greenwich draws inspiration from the classical architecture of Georgian houses at the turn of the twentieth-century.
Seaside Paradise Above the Harbor in Connecticut
This waterfront shingle style home in Greenwich, Connecticut is a resort-like private residence located above the harbor.
Dramatic French Norman Farmhouse Inspired by Petit Hamlet
Nestled into a meticulously designed landscape in Greenwich, Connecticut, this beautiful Fairfield County manor was inspired by Marie Antoinette’s Petit Hamlet on the grounds of Versailles in France.
Transitional Beach Style House with New England Charm
Situated on a scenic cove of Long Island Sound in Greenwich, Connecticut, this charming waterfront estate is a shingle-style home with classical elements. A welcoming front facade is constructed with rustic fieldstone wall behind a porch framed by Scamozzi Ionic columns.