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With a population of about 9,000 people, according to the 2020 U.S. Census, and its proximity to places like the Bruce Museum and Greenwich Point Park, the coastal community of Riverside offers several amenities. It is in this subset of Greenwich that a home with unobstructed views of Long Island Sound and a short walk to the beach is for sale.
Listed for $25.5 million, the waterfront property on 88 Cedar Cliff Road sits on a 1.77-acre lot and features the French Normandy style of architecture, which typically feature “a side gable or steeply pitched hip roof,” according to The Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation in Washington. While much of the current structure was built in 2008 by local luxury architecture firm Douglas Vanderhorn, part of the original historic home constructed in 1928 was preserved as a two-bedroom guest cottage, according to the listing.