At first glance, one instantly recognizes the Petit Trianon from the gardens
of Versailles. After receiving permission from the French government to
replicate one of France's national treasures, Laura Robinson, heiress to the
Diamond Match and Goodyear Tire fortunes, hired New York architects, J.
Edwin R. Carpenter and Walter D. Blair, and a fantasy became a reality.
Constructed between 1910 and 1913, it is now on the market for the first
time in over 40 years. Petit Trianon Deux is a scaled down, though nearly
identical copy of the original. Positioned on over 18 beautifully private
manicured acres in mid-country Greenwich, this meticulously maintained
12,000 square foot residence is complemented by a charming two bedroom
guest house, separate garages, stables complete with staff quarters, potting
shed, greenhouse, elegant pool and tennis court.
Brad Hvolbeck Real Estate
123 Mason Street
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