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Compass

10 East 53rd Street 15th Floor

New York, NY 10022

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11 Partridge Hollow Rd

Immaculate recently built custom 7-bedroom Georgian Colonial designed with a clean contemporary finish.

We are committed to upholding the principles of all applicable fair housing laws.

Brilliant Georgian Colonial custom-built to the specifications of owners who place a premium on quality design, craftsmanship and modern luxury living.

Upon entering this recently constructed extraordinary home, luxuriate in a world of space & light that only high ceilings & oversized windows can provide. With over 8,400 sq. ft. of exquisite living space across 4 levels, gracious entertaining spaces abound – all seamlessly integrated across a contemporary floor plan. The nucleus of this home is the magnificent kitchen/family room – a grand open space with two islands, eating area, butler’s pantry, sitting area with fireplace plus oversized windows & glass doors which provide picturesque views of the bucolic 4.3 acre property. With 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, virtually any number of family and/or guests are easily accommodated. There are wonderful entertaining spaces outside – where there is also room for pool & tennis.


Situated off Round Hill Road in the glorious countryside of Greenwich, Manhattan is only 45 minutes away. Ideal as either a permanent residence or weekend retreat, this high-style, turn-key luxury home awaits its next owner…

Beautiful Foyer with Classic Staircase

Real hard-wood floors throughout the home and wrapping a beautiful staircase.

State-of-the-Art Kitchen

Classic and modern design makes this state-of-the-art kitchen a dream to cook in.

Lush Outdoor Greenery

Scenic backyard with plenty of outdoor space.

Amazing Curb Appeal

Eye-catching and easy accessible entrance.

The Neighborhood: Greenwich

Founded in 1640, Greenwich was the tenth town established in the state of Connecticut. The hamlet evolved from a farming community to an industrial hub to a resort town for families like the Rockefellers. Today, with its sparkling shoreline, stately mansions, and 45-minute train ride to New York City, it’s still a favored home base for Manhattan’s well-to-do.