On a quiet, private lane this exquisite estate is a stunning one of a kind architectural showcase evoking European grandeur and sophistication. Renovated to an amazing standard and decorated to perfection. 9,712 square feet with 5 bedrooms, 5.2 baths and 9+ rolling acres of high property in a beautiful private park, English gardens, heated indoor & outdoor pool and tennis court and 2 separate property parcels.


In 1935, the builder of the New York Holland Tunnel chose to live in Greenwich. Reynwood Manor is the product of his dream. Subsequent owners have added personal touches. This exceptional property now has been entirely renovated by the current owner and updated to stunning standards while retaining its traditional elegance. 

The lush nine plus acres on high property contribute to the unsurpassed setting and views of this architectural treasure.  Authentic English Gardens, fountains, a formal courtyard, professional tennis court and in-ground heated pool grace the exterior of this magnificent stone mansion.

On the main level, the stone entrance foyer with formal powder room ushers guests through an intimate sitting room and garden room to a cathedral-ceiling Great Room with massive stone fireplace, one of seven. In the main wing of the manor house, the formal dining room with fireplace boasts an intricately detailed ceiling and wainscoting. The gourmet eat-in kitchen opens to a cathedral-height family room, which, in turn, adjoins a library/den and a solarium with indoor pool.

On the upper levels, the luxurious master bedroom suite has his and her marble baths, and dressing rooms (“a gentleman’s closet”) as well as a sitting room with fireplace and a library. In addition, there are four large, well appointed bedrooms and a total of five and a half baths in the home. A fully equipped media room with a large screen and exemplary sound system. A separate exercise room on the lower level with staff quarters is an additional feature of this spectacular residence.

This breathtaking property is situated at the end of a private lane surrounded by conservation land.