Listing Tools

Listing Courtesy of Nest Seekers International
Orchard's End, built in 1929 designed by New York architect William B. Tubby, his outstanding designs include Waveny House in New Canaan, Dunnellen Hall in Greenwich & William H. Childs House in Brooklyn. In 2014 the current owners retained world renowned architect Dinyar Wadia to embark on a 3-year $6MM renovation perfecting the already expansive 10,000 square foot addition completed by the previous owners. The main residence improved & expanded upon a brand new 4-bedroom guest house, along with a custom designed 5,000 square foot wellness center, a custom pool with spa and new terraces transformed Orchard's End into a true masterpiece. In a recent interview with Dinyar, he stated he believes in today's market the main house alone would cost in excess of 25 million dollars to replicate.

Property Details of 544 Oenoke Ridge

Property Details

Interior Features

Exterior Features

Utilities and Appliances

Community

Map Location

Driving Directions

 

Listing data provided by Greenwich MLS

15.4.6 Participants (and their affiliated licensees, if applicable) shall indicate on their websites that IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use, that it may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing, and that data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS. The MLS may, at its discretion, require use of other disclaimers as necessary to protect participants and/or the MLS from liability. Displays of minimal information (e.g. “thumbnails”, text messages, “tweets”, etc., of two hundred (200) characters of less are exempt from this requirement but only when linked directly to a display that includes all required disclosures. (Amended 5/12)

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

$

Do not fill in this field: