Inside a Delightful Greenwich Retreat

Once an idyllic rural farming region, the Round Hill area of Greenwich has roots dating to the 17th century, when Dutch and English settlers moved inland from the coast or retreated from the bustle of the burgeoning city of New York—then known as New Amsterdam. As the years passed, farming continued, with some properties ultimately converted into residential country estates. The calming bucolic nature of the area remained, though, with homes that continued to echo the charming classical style of Round Hill’s early years.

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