GREENWICH, Conn. -- Curt Wood and Agi Zwierz, brokers with William Raveis Real Estate in Greenwich, have listed a historic home at 8 Grove Lane for $2,645,000. This home was originally built in 1798 as a wedding gift for Col. Thomas Mead from his father.
This colonial-style home has a rich and vibrant history. In 1824, the Marquis de Lafayette entertained at this home. This home was originally located where the Greenwich Library stands today. It was moved in 1929 and reassembled at 8 Grove Lane.
This well-maintained home has a 12-by-33-foot center hall with apposing Dutch doors. It features large 12-over-12 windows and spacious rooms. The center-hall colonial includes five bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, four fireplaces and a post-and-beam heated unfinished third floor with a high ceiling and fireplace.
There is also a room with lots of character waiting to be finished for any type of use. The home is in a picturesque, quiet neighborhood in the heart of town, within walking distance of Greenwich Avenue, the hospital, library and train.
William Raveis Real Estate is the largest family-owned real estate company in the Northeast and has opened an office in Naples, Fla.
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