Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich: 1907 Belle Haven Waterfront Estate

46 byram drive 3The intent to demolish 46 Byram Drive in Greenwich was noticed on Wednesday, May 24. The house, “The Charles Sinclair Wills House – 1907,” a Greenwich landmark, features a plaque at its entrance.

Records in the Assessor’s office at Greenwich Town Hall indicate that the home was last sold from Margareth H Hurlock Tr to Jill Allegretti Tr c/o Morici and Morici LLP 600 third Ave 15th floor New York, NY 10016 on March 1, 2016.

The sale price was $14,000,000.

The home is in the RA-1 zone, which is single family, one acre.

According to the notice, Ceci Bros, Inc filed an application with the Town of Greenwich DPW Division of Buildings for approval to demolish the single family house.

The house was described on Zillow as a “magical direct Belle Haven Association waterfront estate,” on 1.42 acres of natural beauty with 375 feet of shoreline, heated pool, 2-bedroom garage apartment, greenhouse, exquisite gardens and winding stone paths to charming gazebo at waters edge.

The house features six bedrooms “enhanced with elegant renovations and additions, enjoys glorious panoramic views from sun-filled interior infused with timeless detail, warmth and character.”

Other features include a stunning living room and family room with French doors to a lovely terrace featuring fireplaces and three-exposure views.

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See also:

Next for the Wrecking Ball: 1889 Greenwich Landmark, William W Richards House in Belle Haven

Next for the Wrecking Ball in Old Greenwich: Former Home of Andrew Madoff

Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich? Sun-Dial Apartments, Formerly Silleck House


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