If you love Victorian homes and just have to be near the water, take a look at this property. Its one of the largest pieces of waterfront property ever to come on the market in Darien. Built in the late 1880s, it has more than 325 feet of direct beach access on Long Island Sound.
This 10,000 square-foot house was originally owned by Manhattan resident, John D. Crimmins, who bought it as a summer retreat for his family. The three-story home has 14 bedrooms, nine full bathrooms and 13 fireplaces. The living and dining rooms, as well as the kitchen and family room, are all generous sizes and will make entertaining a pleasure. Hardwood floors have intricate inlays that shout elegance and refinement. A majestic stairway has a typical Victorian banister, and there are period moldings throughout the house. Theres an in-ground pool and a four-car detached garage. The house sits on a 4.84 acre parcel of land and its sub-dividable.
Asking price for this old-world beachfront mansion off Long Neck Point Road in Darien is a reduced $12.75 million.
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