GREENWICH, Conn. – Pamela Chiapetta and Frances Unrine, sales associates affiliated with the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Greenwich, invite the public to enjoy wine, cheese and an assortment of appetizers at a special reception and informational session on Sunday, May 15. The event will take place from 4-6 p.m. at 311 Stanwich Road in Greenwich, a luxurious newly constructed home built by Traditional Building & Design.
Guests will have an opportunity to enter a drawing to win a gift card for dinner at the Homestead, one of the finest upscale dining destinations in Greenwich, and meet Joe Pagliarulo, owner of Traditional Building & Design. Additionally, participants will be able to tour 311 Stanwich Road, a 7,600-square-foot property which offers 6 bedrooms and 6 ½ bathrooms and features floor-to-ceiling windows, decorative ceilings, four fireplaces, a three-car garage and a rich customized look. Other highlights include a lower-level wine cellar and home theatre. The home is offered for $4,995,000.
Pagliarulo is a second generation builder with more than 30 years of experience building high-end homes in lower Fairfield County. Pagilarulo’s company, Traditional Building & Design, has been recognized with the P.I.N. (Pride in Norwalk) Award for its work at 12 Anne Street, a reproduction of a 19th century mill building that includes residential and office space in the SoNo section of Norwalk. Pagliarulo will be available to answer the community’s questions about their firm and the new construction process.
“We are proud to partner with Traditional Building & Design to exclusively market 311 Stanwich Road. The development team has established a reputation as one of the region’s premier luxury homebuilders and has demonstrated its commitment to creating high-quality homes,” said Unrine.
“311 Stanwich is masterfully crafted with the finest materials. The home is just the latest property completed by Traditional Building & Design and is a prime example of luxury living at its best,” said Chiapetta.
For more information, contact Fran Unrine at 203.918.2123 or Pam Chiapetta at 203-661-4681.