Greenwich mansion with 1,200-bottle wine cellar lists for $28M
Indian Point home built in 2013 has 1,200-bottle wine cellar
A Greenwich, Connecticut, manse with views of Long Island Sound has listed for $27.95 million.
The 11,500-square-foot home at 1 Indian Chase Drive in the wealthy Connecticut enclave has seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and sits on 1.8 acres, according to the listing by Leslie McElwreath of Sotheby’s International Realty — Greenwich Brokerage.
The home, built in 2013 and renovated by owner Stuart Schultz, — the founder of Beauty Rx by Dr. Schultz skincare line — and his wife, Mallory, also includes a massive 1,200-bottle wine cellar, kitchen, living and dining room, home theater, multisport simulation room, and a wellness center with a steam room and a sauna, CTInsider reported.
The grounds include nearly 300 feet of water frontage, a waterside entertaining deck, boathouse, floating dock, tennis court, swimming pool and two-bedroom cottage.
The Greenwich trophy home market hasn’t felt the residential pinch like other places.
In March, John Frank, a former executive of the Sidney Frank Importing Company, listed his Greenwich property at 97 Pecksland Road for $33.8 million, Bloomberg reported.
The mansion has seven bedrooms and a large pool house has three. Together they have 14 full bathrooms and five half-bathrooms. The home’s entrance opens to a double staircase. Inside is a dining room, library and entertainment room with a bar, among other rooms on the first floor.
Meanwhile, in November. The Indian Spring Lake Company, which counts more than 100 of William Rockefeller’s descendants as shareholders, listed a 54-acre parcel of forestland in Greenwich for $21.5 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. The acreage at 181 Glenville Road is the last large holding from the former Rockefeller family estate.
Also last year, former President Donald Trump listed his mansion at 21 Vista Drive in Greenwich for $29.9 million, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The six-acre waterfront estate includes a 20,000-square-foot Georgian mansion with panoramic views of the Long Island Sound. The home includes an indoor lap pool and a movie theater. There are eight bedrooms, staff quarters and two apartments for guests.
— Ted Glanzer