Robin is a founding agent of Compass’s Greenwich office and one of the top ten agents in the Greenwich market.
This spectacular residence captures the best of modern living in a wonderfully convenient locale. The home, approached via a long drive, is set on 2.3 landscaped acres overlooking a lake.
The serenity and privacy of the setting are so complete that it is truly surprising to find downtown Greenwich only minutes away.
Built by master craftsmen in 2015, Atlanta based Polites Architects created a fresh aesthetic based upon traditional design. The result is -a dynamic mix of sophisticated style and comfort, perfectly attuned to today’s lifestyle.
Superb finishes and materials are of the highest quality. There is a strong indoor-outdoor connection prompted by the high ceilings and abundant tall windows inviting in light and views.
SPECTACULAR LAKE VIEW
Located in the heart of Greenwich’s Mid Country is 628 Lake Avenue. This property is just minutes from Greenwich Avenue, both private and public schools, parkway and highway. A private drive over a charming bridge takes you to the private oasis where this property is located. Many of the rooms enjoy a lake view with private island and footbridge to it. Privacy, serenity, water and romance—hidden in Greenwich’s revered Mid Country.
GOLF SIMULATION ROOM
Smart House, with lighting, music and security all controlled from an Ipad
Gym and Pilates Room
Golf Simulation Room
Wine and Spirits Room
3,000 bottle Wine Cellar
Salt Water Pool
Moving to Greenwich
With Greenwich’s renowned public school system and private schools, the town has special appeal for homebuyers who envision raising their families here. Both the public and private school paths have proven track records in preparing students for their university and career pursuits.
Commuters to New York City will appreciate the option of driving or leveraging public transportation. Manhattan is less than an hour away by train, and there are several train stations in and around Greenwich.
Greenwich charms residents and visitors with a bounty of green space, conservation land managed by Greenwich Land Trust and the Audubon Society. The public amenities are plentiful, too, like the town’s many parks, beaches and recreational venues.
Avid equestrians will appreciate Greenwich’s “horse country” and its proximity to neighboring New York State equestrian destinations. The Greenwich Riding and Trails Association has done a remarkable job in preserving and maintaining Greenwich’s historic equestrian trails.
There’s never a shortage of things to do in Greenwich.
The town and local institutions, like the Bruce Museum, Greenwich Arts Council, the Public Library, Greenwich Chamber of Commerce and others host special events and festivals throughout the calendar year, encouraging residents to gather, socialize and commune beyond their neighborhoods.
Exclusive members-only golf and yacht clubs are popular among Greenwich’s society and passionate sports enthusiasts.
And another wonderful result of Greenwich’s diverse population is the vast number of religious, philanthropic and community organizations founded here. Newcomers will quickly discover that Greenwich’s community is engaged, informed, and generous.