Tour the Jefferson/Ebert House – a Landmark Mid-Country Colonial
Known as the Jefferson/Ebert House, this antique Mid-Country Colonial was built in the 1840s, redesigned in 1905 by renowned architect, Theodore Blake, and masterfully renovated under the expert guidance of noted architect, Rob Sanders, resulting in a perfect blend of treasured history and contemporary expectations.
The stunning landmark residence offers 5600+ square feet of beautifully proportioned, light-filled interiors characterized by superb architectural detail and extraordinary craftsmanship.
A welcoming foyer heralds a traditional center hall floor plan with beautiful hardwood floors.
Both the elegant living room and formal dining room have beamed ceilings and wood burning fireplaces.
An outstanding paneled library with an extra height ceiling features another fireplace and multiple bookshelves.
There is convenient access to the fabulous greenhouse/solarium as well as to a lovely stone terrace with a bubbling fountain.
The large gourmet kitchen is a chef’s dream and the heart of the home. Offering custom cabinetry, high end appliances, stone countertops, center island and butler’s pantry, there is a wall of windows and doors allowing diners to appreciate the stunning property.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a magnificent family room with an extra height ceiling, numerous tall windows, wood burning fireplace, bookcases and built-ins and access to the greenhouse/solarium, as well.
Strategically located between the formal and informal rooms, a marvelous mirrored wet bar is perfect for entertaining.
An attractive powder room and a slate-floored mudroom with built-ins complete the first floor.
The second floor features a beautiful master suite offering a pretty bedroom, cozy sitting room, double closets/dressing rooms and a luxurious, spa-like master bathroom with radiant heated floor.
A 1700+ square foot guest house with sauna and plunge pool, a charming garden shed and a quaint stone outbuilding complete this very special country compound, just minutes from town, train and schools.
Dine under the gazebo, unwind by the fountain on the stone terrace or relax on the circa 1843 porch while enjoying over an acre and a half of exquisitely landscaped, organic gardens and ancient tall sugar maples.
Offered at $4,500,000 | 68 Doubling Road, Greenwich, CT