The Green Life: Greenwich Estates with Lush Landscapes
Residents of New York City often depend on public parks to immerse themselves in nature. Homeowners in Greenwich can enjoy the beautiful weather in exquisite gardens just steps from their front doors. These lush landscapes will have you dreaming of afternoons spent outdoors.
Artful Greenwich Manor
Designed in 2013 by award-winning architect Dinyar Wadia, the 18,000-square-foot estate known as Amarpali combines stylistic inspirations from the French countryside, elegant American classicism, and a host of modern comforts and amenities. European-inspired gardens, swaths of emerald lawn, colorful flowering plants, and alfresco entertaining spaces—among them a sunny patio with a fireplace and a fountain—surround the home, which is sited on three secluded acres not far from downtown Greenwich.
Considered the finest and largest landholding in Greenwich, it features 75+ landscaped acres of broad lawns, flower gardens, orchards, a boxwood maze, miles of trails and a spring-fed lake with a dock. Expansive flagstone terraces lead to an outdoor chess set, a 60’ pool, a lighted tennis court with stone pavilion all showcased in an extraordinary English Park setting.
A sophisticated in town estate on over 4.4 private landscaped acres with a pool, elegant boxwood gardens, a spring fed lake with a fountain and acres of rolling lawn. The rear of the house faces south and opens to an expansive entertaining terrace and the pool enclosure both overlook the sweeping lawn and sparkling lake.
The sparkling water of Converse Lake is visible from virtually every room of this exquisitely designed home in the prestigious gated community of Conyers Farm. Developed from the 1500 acre Converse Manor, Conyers Farm homes are on minimum 10 acre lots, set back from meandering country roads. It is the center of Polo in Greenwich, and horses can be seen grazing in fields. Lush lawns and mature plantings embrace a 7 bedroom manor house, the product of a detailed and meticulous renovation by noted designer, David Easton.
Exceptional Mid-Country estate encompasses over five private acres of spectacular gardens, specimen trees and sweeping lawns. Minutes to town, schools and train, the sun-filled, pre-war residence has been completely and masterfully renovated to the highest standards under the expert guidance of noted architect Laurent DuPont.
This turn-of-the-century carriage house has been completely restored and renovated with exquisite architectural details throughout. Majestic entry courtyard leads to a welcoming front porch. Outside blue stone terraces, specimen trees, magnificent gardens, manicured lawn and a dramatic fountain offer the perfect backdrop for entertaining day and night. Sited in a private enclave with a shared deep water dock and picnic area alongside the Long Island Sound this is a truly remarkable package.
A sweeping driveway approach to a custom Moisan design, LoParco built home with 2018 renovation. On 2.38 private acres of park like lawns, hand-chiseled variegated stone frames all four sides of the house.
English Country Estate. 4.47 Acres. Deep green lawns and fruit orchard bring bucolic romance to a magnificently maintained 8,200 s.f. Tudor home. Ideal for holidays and entertaining with French doors and windows to gardens, pool terrace, tennis court and cabana.