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In picturesque coastal beauty that seems of another era, this completely renovated century-old stone cottage takes in wide-open panoramic views overlooking a peaceful Long Island Sound harbor from its elevated setting nestled at the end of a cul-de-sac in Riverside’s private guard-gated Harbor Point Association.
Surrounded by gently sloping lawns with shade trees and landscaped plantings, the four-bedroom home is solidly built with massive stone walls more than two feet thick, and was the superintendent’s cottage of Walhall, a spectacular historic Great Estate of Greenwich that once stood on the breathtaking peninsula which is now Harbor Point. Airy banks of windows fill nearly every room of the home’s bright and inviting interiors with sweeping water scenes, ending the day with the enchanting sunset over the harbor. Warmed by a fireplace, the family room is open to the living room in a large L-shaped space where wraparound windows bring in panoramic views. Outdoors, the generous waterside deck and shady garden terrace both provide idyllic spots to relax or dine on a perfect summer day. On the second floor of the residence, the spacious master suite has serene water views that surround both the bedroom and marble bath. With rare beauty and charm, this one-of-a-kind home offers the quintessence of New England coastal living in a private seashore colony with its own marina and sandy crescent beach. .