GREENWICH, Conn. -- The new Milbank Court in Greenwich, a collection of 17 luxury residences, was unveiled by the Aberdeen Realty Group. Houlihan Lawrence is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the Greenwich homes.
“The townhomes at Milbank Court are each unique in character and offer thoughtfully designed interiors and the highest quality of construction,” said David Haffenreffer, manager of Houlihan Lawrence’s Greenwich office.
“The location is a dream – with Downtown Greenwich providing the best aspects of both a village and a world-class city. Milbank Court is just steps from Greenwich Avenue’s stellar retail and dining options, and just a five minute walk to the Metro-North train station.”
Nestled along Milbank Avenue and East Elm Street in one of the most coveted corners of Greenwich, Milbank Court features a collection of 17 charming and light-filled two- to three-bedroom residences ranging from 2,665 to 3,177 square feet.
Among the many coveted features of the homes at Milbank Court are coffered ceilings and sophisticated finishes, including oak hardwood floors throughout, and abundant living space, from the expansive living rooms with granite fireplaces to separate dining rooms and one-car garage.
Master bedrooms boasts luxurious baths and Ronbow dual sinks with Capri limestone vanity tops, radiant heated limestone flooring, York freestanding soaking tub, enclosed showers with mosaic tile flooring and Harrington chrome faucets. Gourmet kitchens feature custom cabinetry, white Venetino honed marble countertops, Rohl faucets, stainless steel sinks and Viking appliances.
Milbank Court is a five-minute walk from the Metro-North train station and steps from Greenwich Avenue retail and dining.
The exquisite homes are being offered by limited release and pricing begins at $1.865 million. For more information log on to www.milbankcourt.com or call 212-570-2700.
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