Inside a Grand Greenwich Manor

The history of Greenwich, Connecticut, follows roughly the same trajectory as that of the United States, from the arrival of early settlers in the 1600s through centuries of farming, milling, and shipping to the arrival of the railroad, which brought both industry and scores of new residents. Homes here, however, in many ways continue to represent an aesthetic that is purely, timelessly American, its streets strewn with Colonial-style and -inspired manors that exemplify the classicism of the nation’s early East Coast colonies.

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