Greenwich State to Sell to Highest Bidder
A classic Georgian manor located in Greenwich will sell to the highest bidder on June 28 through leading global auction firm Concierge Auctions as part of the company’s June Sale, encompassing 18 properties around the world and counting. While the sale is particularly targeting Chinese real estate investors, prospective buyers may bid from any continent via the Concierge Auctions custom mobile bidding app.
Designed and constructed by noted builders Gardiner and Larson and surrounded by almost four–and–a–half acres of landscaping, the property consists of a seven-bedroom home and an attached stone carriage guest house complete with a living room, cathedral ceiling bedroom, and oversized bathroom.
Located at 822 North St., the main estate offers a grand living room with large windows and French doors, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, and expansive terrace overlooking the manicured lawn. Upstairs, the home’s master wing includes a sitting room with a fireplace and built-ins, a spacious bathroom, and two dressing areas.
Currently listed for $7.25 million, the property will sell at or above $3.95 million in cooperation with Francine Ehrlich of Sotheby’s International Realty.
“I was originally drawn to the property because of its expansive five acres in close proximity to New York City — less than an hour commute from the hustle and bustle of the city to a peaceful retreat,” stated Irit Tratt, who is selling the home with her husband, Jonathan.
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