Take in water views and take advantage of deeded water access to Long Island Sound from this antique post-and-beam home. Originally built circa 1750, the James Lyon house is a Greenwich jewel. The original part of the house is over 250 years old and one of the oldest remaining homes in the area. The charm of yesteryear includes wide planked wood and stone floors and a beautiful stone fireplace. Additions have been done over the years. The home has three to four bedrooms and three baths. Living room has beautiful water views. Sun room features a dramatic stone fireplace and wood beamed ceiling. Spacious kitchen has adjacent family room. Master bedroom features a cathedral ceiling. There are additional double bedrooms. There is a two car attached garage. The oversized property has lovely gardens, a fenced area and a nice high terrace to view the water. The current family has occupied the property for decades. This home is a short walk to the Byram Park with tennis, playground and new pool.
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