Stone building with a tower, featuring multiple large windows and surrounded by trees.

Greenwich Estate Greenwich, CT

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Black and white photo of a large stone building with a prominent tower and multiple windows, surrounded by trees and grass.Large, stone, Tudor-style mansion with multiple gables, large windows, and a manicured lawn.Two-story stone and timber house with large windows, decorative wooden trim, and a staircase leading to a backyard.Luxurious wooden interior with a grand staircase, ornate chandelier, and large windows illuminating sophisticated furnishings in a high-end architectural setting.

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Originally designed by the famous Philadelphia-based Dillon, McLellan & Beadel Architects, this home was one of the firm’s many masonic retirement homes. Built in 1920, this house was converted to a single-family residence, but maintained many of the religious carvings and masonic symbols original to the house.

Phinney Design Group was hired to do a complete interior renovation of the historic house. Most of the historically significant building components were preserved, and materials from the chapel (torn down by previous ownership) were used in the restoration of this grand iconic building.

A sophisticated living room interior with wooden coffered ceiling, large windows, gray sofa, armchairs, coffee table, and framed artwork on the walls.