Greenwich home with squash court, glass walls once featured in Architectural Digest is on the market

A steel and glass addition isn’t an expected feature for a 116-year-old Victorian home. But a home in Greenwich was added the modern structure to its 19th century bones — and landed in Architectural Digest as a result.

Listed for $12.95 million, the 11-bedroom and 13-and-a-half bathroom home on 25 Edgewood Drive underwent renovations designed by architect Allan Greenberg (who designed the Mount Vernon Playhouse at another Greenwich property in addition to public structures like the Supreme Court Historical Society in Washington, D.C.) and Victoria Hagan, a member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame

The product of Greenberg and Hagan’s design collaboration produced what the listing calls a home with “three floors of museum-quality finishes." It features over 10-foot ceilings, an updated kitchen and a dining room capable of seating 16 people. 

The dining room in the home on 25 Edgewood Drive in Greenwich, Conn. has enough seating to seat 16 people. 

The dining room in the home on 25 Edgewood Drive in Greenwich, Conn. has enough seating to seat 16 people. 

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The home’s entry to modernity was profiled by Architectural Digest in June 2010, which noted Greenberg and Hagan sought to fulfill the homeowners’ desire for “light and white” in the home, as shown through the shades of white and windows throughout. 

According to the listing, the home has five en-suite bedrooms in addition to the main suite, as well as another three bedrooms and spa on the third floor. Also inside the home’s 15,150 square feet are a regulation-sized squash court, an indoor basketball court and exercise room, the listing notes, as well as an outdoor tennis court, heated pool and two-bedroom guest house. 

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