By Grace Cassidy
The home at 1035 North Road in Greenwich, Conn., does not look like a residence from the outside the house. Initially created in 1852 to provide as a Baptist church, the structure has seen a comprehensive interior overhaul with contemporary options and gorgeous architectural facts that contrast artfully with the preserved exterior.
Santiago and Bonnie Suarez acquired the residence in 2007 and hired architecture firm Gray Organschi to breathe new existence into its partitions.
The 2,418-square-foot home capabilities two bedrooms and two whole bathrooms. A free of charge-floating birch pod hangs previously mentioned the modern-day kitchen area, which is full with large-conclude stainless-steel appliances and a hassle-free middle island. The grand primary living location options a 20-foot vertical wall, 16-foot home windows and a stunning Venetian chandelier.
The master bed room is a comforting sanctuary with tall ceilings, a broad sliding glass door that sales opportunities to the outdoor house and a deluxe bathroom with marble tile in the glass-enclosed shower and a separate soaking tub.
Douglas Elliman agent Liz Forrest signifies the listing. The asking value is $1.8 million.