55 Burning Tree Road, Greenwich, CT 06830
55 Burning Tree Road, Greenwich, CT 06830
$2,125,000
4 beds
3,758 Sq.Ft.
2.23 Acres LOT

Exquisite Classic Colonial sited on 2.23 private acres on a quiet cul-de-sac in a picturesque Mid-Country neighborhood. This home features an open layout perfect for today's living. It offers a renovated, gourmet kitchen with marble center island, adjoining dining room with bay window, living room with wood-burning fireplace and French doors to expansive deck and a family room. There are 4 bedrooms including a private guest suite. The large master suite has 2 custom dressing rooms/walk-in closets and a beautiful master bath. Lower level has a family room, play room, office and wine cellar. This wonderful private property has a possible pool site and is a short drive to town.  According to owner, there are 242 square feet on the lower level in addition to the 3758 square feet mentioned.

Bill Ruane

Bill Ruane

Area & Lot

Status
For Sale
Living Space
3,758 Sq.Ft.
Lot Size
2.23 Acres
Type
RESIDENTIAL
Architecture Styles
Colonial
Elementary School
Parkway
High School
Greenwich High School

Interior

Bedrooms
4
Kitchen
Dine-in Kitchen with Island and Stainless Steel Appliances
Flooring
Hardwood Floors
Fireplace
Wood-burning fireplace in living room
Other Interior Features
Private Guest Suite, Playroom, Mud Room, Master Suite with 2 custom dressing rooms/walk-in closets, Dining Room with Bay Window, Living Room with French Doors to Expansive Deck, Master Bath with Separate Tub and Shower, Office

Exterior

Pool
Possible Pool Site
Roof
Asphalt
Heat Type
Forced Air- Gas
Security Features
Security System
Other Exterior Features
Generator

Financial

Sales Price
$2,125,000
Real Estate Tax
$13,215/yr

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