124 Old Mill Road, Greenwich, CT
Built in 1927 by investment banker Charles L. Ohrstrom and architect Charles Lewis Bowman, “Old Mill Farm” is an impressive, 15,800 +/- SF eight bedroom Elizabethan Tudor featuring amazing 16th_ 17th Century English oak linen-fold panel walls, great hall/living room with 40’ vaulted ceiling, museum quality stained-glass windows, quarter-sawn oak floors and a stone Rathskeller. The previous owner, Mel Gibson, renamed it Wayne Manor and made it his Connecticut home for 15 years. Modernized by current owner with a sumptuous master suite with two updated Calcutta Gold marble bathrooms, luxurious family bathrooms, hi-end movie theatre, double chef kitchens and a state of art sound system. Outbuildings include a Cotswold-Style stone cottage with two, 4-bedroom apartments. The stable combines stalls and living quarters with a horse paddock. Log Cabin with original fireplace and a professional greenhouse. Considered the finest and largest landholding in Greenwich, it features 75+ landscaped acres of broad lawns, flower gardens, orchards, a boxwood maze, miles of trails and a spring-fed lake with a dock. Expansive flagstone terraces lead to an outdoor chess set, a 60’ pool, a lighted tennis court with stone pavilion, a putting green all showcased in an extraordinary English Park setting.