27 Khakum Wood Road
Greenwich, CT 06831
Total # of Rooms: 15
Year Built: 2018
Interior: 8,400 sq. ft. (approx.)
Land: 2.48 acres (approx.)
Web #: 0069837
MLS ID: 106814
Khakum Wood, an exclusive 155-acre residential park of significant estates, was the 1925 creation of the famous New York architect I. N. Phelps Stokes and the Olmsted Brothers' landscape design firm. To this day, the beauty and serenity of Khakum Wood make it one of the most sought after locations in all of Greenwich.
This magnificent home weds 8,400+/- SF of living space to the romantic outdoor scenery savored by abundant windows, French doors and blue stone terraces. Architectural detail and tasteful custom refinements and décor suggest Pre-War era substance and quality. Yet the home, significantly expanded and rebuilt in 2018 with noted architect Louise Brooks, is utterly posh and sophisticated with high caliber appointments and comfort systems with room for a future elevator.
Wonderfully proportioned interiors flow from the elegant reception hall with handsome wooden entry door, powder room and oak flooring. The front to back living room with fireplace opens to a covered porch. A library outfitted with paneling, bookshelves and a fireplace provides its’ very own invitation for quiet conversation by the fire. Formal dining is celebrated in the elegant dining room with fireplace featuring the original Delft tile surround. No detail has been overlooked in the gourmet kitchen featuring custom cabinetry, soapstone and marble surfaces and top of the line appliances. The breakfast area is nestled in a niche of windows flooding it with natural light. In the family room, a fireplace is a focal point of a room equipped with French doors out to the terrace.
Upstairs, enchanting garden views create a delightful ambiance for five spacious ensuite bedrooms. In the stylish master suite, the owners will feel a sense of soft luxury in the bedroom with vaulted ceiling. Two generous walk-in custom closets and a luxurious marble master bath completes to perfection.
Recreational areas are on the lower level for children’s play and exercise with a full bathroom and storage.