Living Large: Inside An English Tutor House In Greenwich

GREENWICH, Conn. (CBS 2) — A rare and private estate built in 1918, complete with a guest house and pool house, was the setting for CBS 2’s latest Living Large segment.

CBS 2’s Emily Smith got a look inside the Greenwich, Connecticut residence and showed us what it is like to live large in an English country manor.

The horse-shoe shaped stone English Tutor house feels like you own private resort, according to Smith. It hits the market at $19.5 million.

The home also features hand-painted medallion floors and decorative ceilings in every room. The formal living room has a warm, royal feel. There is also a less formal sitting area and a family room.

dining room Living Large: Inside An English Tutor House In Greenwich

Dining room (credit: CBS 2)

On the other side of the home is the dining room, where the walls are coated in multiple layers of lacquer.

For the full tour, watch the video below:

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One Comment

  1. Stephen Weiser says:

    Are you people out of your minds????? People are losing their jobs and homes and many have even exhausted their unemployment benefits and CBS runs a segment called “LIVING LARGE”. Pitiful sadistic pseudo journalism !!!!!

  2. KPMc says:

    This is too funny… English Tutor? Who knew teachers made enough to afford such an extravagant home.

    Will someone at CBS please correct that so William Paley, Edward Murrow and Walter Cronkite can stop spinning in their graves?

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  4. Still_Laughing says:

    Now be fair — clearly Ms. Smith has never heard of the Tudor Dynasty, and doesn’t know what a tutor is. She needs a tutor.

    She doesn’t know the house is very bad Stockbroker Tudor, as the British call it; none of the outside beams are integral to the structure. The interior decor is appalling: black lacquered dining room walls, green velvet living room lwalls, painted floors that are ruined by the first pair of shoes. It looks like an upscale brothel.

  5. Anon says:

    Is the irony of this error lost on anyone>>>?? TUDOR people!

  6. Scott Bennett says:

    Fact checking disappeared when editors began to rely on computers to tell them when something was correct or not. it would be kind to refer to this event as ignorant but it really is stupid. The headline being wrong can be excused as the fault of the headline writer but to continue the error in the lead copy is inexcusable. The editors must be Republicans given the level of their stupidity.

  7. Mr. Incredible says:

    Good God!!! The word is Tudor, people!!! TUDOR!!! Ungh!!!!

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