In a stylistic departure from the typical Greenwich country home, this limestone clad residence’s baronial, edwardian character leaves a lasting impression. Exterior materials that set this manor style home apart include Indiana limestone and Spanish black slate roof. Familiar elements bring order to each façade, but are manipulated to achieve distinct elements within the composition. The result is a unique manor whose asymmetrical organization makes it markedly different from the manors of old.
Photo credit: David Sloane Photography