The magnificent estate in Greenwich, Connecticut, where the late actress Mary Tyler Moore and her husband Dr. Robert Levine resided, has been listed for sale. The couple bought the Georgian Colonial-style home in 2006 for around $10 million and spent three years renovating and expanding it to match Moore’s vision.
Situated on over 7 acres of land, the nearly 14,000-square-foot house offers five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and two partial bathrooms. The grand entrance features a long, gated driveway, a fieldstone facade, and a striking red door. Inside, visitors are greeted by a sweeping staircase, harlequin-patterned floors, and double-height ceilings.
The property boasts a cozy sitting room with white-beamed ceilings and a fireplace, perfect for enjoying a cup of coffee or tea. The well-appointed kitchen features dark-wood cabinets, tile floors, and a retro-style center island. It also offers ample space for a full-size dining table and chairs, making it ideal for entertaining guests.
One of the estate’s standout features is its solarium, a beautifully curved room with a wall of windows, a soaring ceiling, and a stunning chandelier. The primary suite, spanning 2,000 square feet, includes two baths, dressing rooms, and walk-in closets. It is adorned with a salmon-colored marble fireplace, a chandelier, and a circular window.
Additional amenities of the estate include a gym with spa facilities, a billiard room, a 65-foot pool, and an outdoor fireplace. A separate one-bedroom apartment above the three-car garage provides extra space for guests or staff. The immaculately maintained grounds were designed by renowned landscape architect Janice Parker and feature a private stream, pond, and glass conservatory.
Mary Tyler Moore, famous for her roles in “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” lived in this exquisite estate until her passing in 2017. Joseph Barbieri of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing for this exceptional property.
Note: This is a fictional article written based on the given information and does not include any specific personal knowledge or additional sources.