This home functionally comes with its own car dealership.
A sprawling estate in a secluded, forested corner of affluent Greenwich, Connecticut, has hit the market, and its owners need never worry about finding a legal parking spot again.
An expansive, lower-level garage at the 10-bedroom, 14½-bathroom compound can accommodate up to 30 cars. Got more than 30 cars? There’s also a three-car garage off a mudroom, not to mention a three-car porte cochère.
“97 Pecksland is a truly unique combination of custom construction, amenities, privacy and size of useable property in Greenwich,” listing agent Rob Johnson of Brown Harris Stevens told The Post of the home, located in “‘mid-country’ Greenwich, which has close proximity to downtown and no impact from I-95 or the Merritt Parkway,” Johnson added.
Custom-built in 2009, the estate hasn’t been on the market since being completed. It’s currently listed for $33.8 million.
The elevated main house is set on the primary 8.71-acre lot and opens to a grand entry foyer with a double staircase, a black-and-white-tiled floor, millwork details, plus both inset lighting and a chandelier. The first floor has a bar area, multiple offices, an eat-in kitchen adjacent to a dining area, various spaces for entertaining, a library with floor-to-ceiling bookcases and a kennel room designed for “three large dogs.”
There is also a primary suite with a terrace, a sprawling covered deck area and a third floor currently containing a play space and a gym. The home also boasts a wine cellar and a golf simulator on its lower level. In total, there are seven woodburning fireplaces.
On the rest of the 19.14 total acres, there’s a pool and a pool house, and landscaped lawns galore. It all stands behind a gated entrance and a long dramatic driveway.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.