The LoHud House of the Week is not in LoHud, but just outside our borders. Still, it’s really hard not to ogle this property, which is listed by Sotheby’s International. Old Mill Farm, a 1926 landmark, says the listing is “one of the last Great Estates of Greenwich.” It’s on over 75 acres and includes over 4 separately deeded lots. It is a gorgeous home. And should be: The listing price is $32,995,000.
Here’s some of the specifics: The home, at the end of a private, formal drive, is a renovated and restored Elizabethan-inspired Tudor manse of 15,800± square feet originally designed by architect Charles Lewis Bowman for financier George Lewis Ohrstrom. There is a monumental Great Hall with 40-foot cathedral ceiling above a minstrel’s gallery featuring 17th-century English paneling, and walk-in fireplace. It’s very ‘Downton Abbey-ish.’
Also on the grounds are a terraced pool, tennis court, a sculpted garden maze. greenhouse, stable, staff houses, log cabin and stream-fed pond. Here’s a link to the listing and more photos: