One of the last Great Estates of Greenwich, gracing 75+/- pastoral acres, Old Mill Farm is a 1926 landmark treasure designed by noted architect Charles Lewis Bowman for financier George Lewis Ohrstrom. Resting at the end of a private, formal drive, the Elizabethan-inspired Tudor manse of 15,800 +/- square feet is majestically picturesque and showcases museum-quality details including 17th-century paneling imported from England. The monumental great hall soars upward to a 40-foot cathedral ceiling above the minstrel’s gallery, walk-in fireplace and leaded glass windows. Renowned landscape designer James Doyle has transformed the grounds with wonderfully atmospheric formal gardens including a sculpted maze. Also on the grounds are a terraced pool, tennis court, greenhouse, stable, staff houses, log cabin and stream-fed pond. Immersed in the tranquility of backcountry Greenwich, Old Mill Farm holds immeasurable appeal as a magnificent family home and a rare and important offering.
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