SUMMARY This spectacular new FEMA compliant construction in Old Greenwich with waterfront views on three sides was built to take full advantage of its highly coveted location. The open first floor includes living room, dining room, kitchen, great room and a 16ft glass NanaWall that allows clear viewing to the water. All four exterior decks are fitted with a nautical cable rail system to also allow for unobstructed views. Nestled within Lucas Point, a boat mooring, boat-docking facility and private beach are invaluable amenities of this 4 bedroom, 3½-bath treasure. Within walking distance to the town of Old Greenwich, the buyer also has private access along the beach to Todd’s Point, a historic 100+ acre beach and nature preserve. Luxurious living will abound within the walls of this stunning 4000 SF home as well. The beautifully dramatic barrel-vaulted ceiling entry is fully paneled, leading to the magnificent first floor complete with custom built-ins and the exquisite millwork that is part of the rich Karp Associates tradition. A sun-filled stair tower highlights these well-appointed entry details. Two handsome fireplaces, an elevator for easy accessibility for years to come and an architectural custom designed lead-coated copper cupola are part of the array of splendid features adorning this home. Numerous balconies with outstanding views of Long Island Sound and the lighthouse make this house a unique gem. In addition to the superb craftsmanship and stellar location, this house is replete with all of the high-caliber features of a Karp Associates home—high efficiency mechanicals, spray foam insulation, generator ready, security system and irrigation system. $5,400,000 HOME FEATURES 4,000 Sq. Ft. 4 Bed 3 Full Bath / 1 Half Bath Waterfront Views Private Beach Access Handicap Accessible LUXURY AMENITIES: 16-ft glass NanaWall Elevator Multiple Fireplaces Private Balconies with view of L.I. Sound Boat Mooring and Boat Docking Facility Irrigation System LUXURY HOME TOUR GUIDEBOOK | 21

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