Offering a rare opportunity to own an extraordinary home: fine architecture as art, designed by one of America's most revered 20th century residential architects, Harrie T. Lindeberg. Located in the mid-country Round Hill section of Greenwich, CT, this impressive stone home sits in the private Khakum Wood Association created in the 1920's by the Olmsted Office (New York's Central Park). Park-like living surrounded by majestic trees, lakes, ponds, and rock outcroppings; underground utilities complete this idyllic setting.Throughout, this residence offers comfortable, properly proportioned space that supports a graceful and enriching way of living. A structure of integrity in materials, workmanship, and conception, it is a house of stone, plaster, first growth random yellow pine floors;
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