• Wednesday , 22 November 2017

Greenwich Heritage Estate Spans Four Centuries of New England History

Set on 43 acres of unspoiled Greenwich backcountry, Bydale represents a unique opportunity to purchase an estate that over four centuries helped define this corner of western New England. History can be found all around the property, which was home to one of the area’s first mills and subsequently other early industries powered by the neighboring Byram River. The compound, which consists of a 9 bedroom main residence and several other buildings, has been in the same family for nearly a century — George Gershwin even found solace here to compose parts of “An American in Paris.”

Watch this short trailer for an estate that simply can’t be captured in words or pictures—even moving ones.


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