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Spectacular opportunity to own one of the only luxury townhouses south of the village in Old Greenwich. Originally commissioned to be built in 1879 by owner George Mortimer Jr., the architect was Clayton Moore of New York City and known for his unquestioned originalty and the location was considered to be the ''most desirable location south of the school'' and assumption was made it would be the most magnificent in Town!!Converted in the 1980's to condo, 3 other owners share the Federal Green Ass.....Enjoy one of the best front porches....high ceilings....original wood floors in the public rooms, kitchen/family room with back stairs...lower level has added bonus space for playroom/bedroom...minutes to school and village and beach.......perfect marriage of yesteryear and today!

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