Robert Weinstein’s Waterfront Mansion in Greenwich Sells for $17 Million

On June 1, Robert Weinstein, younger brother of disgraced movie producer Harvey, sold his mansion on over three acres at 207 Byram Shore Road for $17,000,000.

The house, which he purchased in 2000 from Alan and Stephanie Glazer for $16,400,000, underwent a “top to bottom museum quality renovation,” and had been on the market for four years. It was originally listed in 2013 for $32,000,000.

Robert Weinstein, founder and head of Dimension Films, former co-chairman of Miramax Films, co-founded The Weinstein Company with his older brother Harvey in 2005.

Known as TWC, the independent film studio was bought last month, along with its 277-film library, by Dallas private equity firm Lantern Capital, after declaring bankruptcy.

According to the Assessor’s office, the Mediterranean style home at 207 Byram Shore Rd was built in 1916.

The nearly 13,000 square feet mansion features a stucco exterior, gable roof with clay tiles and a total of 17 rooms, including 6 bedrooms 7 full baths and 3 half baths. The property features a tennis court, waterfront pier and boat dock.


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