Curt Wood Lists Historic Greenwich Home for Sale

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Historic Home at 8 Grove Lane Originally Built in 1798

8 Grove Lane Greenwich

I welcome the opportunity to meet, show you 8 Grove Lane and discuss any real estate transaction needs you may have. Having grown up on Perryridge Road, I know our town extremely well. Greenwich is a wonderful place to live and raise a family in.

Curt Wood and Agi Zwierz, brokers with William Raveis Real Estate in Greenwich have listed a historic home at 8 Grove Lane for $2,645,000.

Built in 1798 for Colonel Thomas Mead as a wedding gift from his father, this delightful and magnificent in-town colonial home has a rich and vibrant history. General Lafayette entertained at this notable landmark in 1824.

Originally located where Greenwich Library stands today, moved in 1929 and reassembled at 8 Grove Lane, this well maintained home has a gracious floor plan with an 12’ by 33’ center hall with apposing Dutch doors. It is an elegant home with large 12 over 12 windows and spacious rooms of balanced proportions. This pretty center hall colonial includes 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 4 fireplaces and a magnificent post and beam heated unfinished third floor with an extremely high ceiling and fireplace. There is also a wonderful room with lots of character, waiting to be finished for any type of use. Eight Grove Lane is located in a picturesque, quiet neighborhood in the heart of town, within walking distance to Greenwich Avenue, the hospital, library and train.

The home is being offered by Curt Wood and Agi Zwierz, two of Greenwich’s premier brokers. Curt has been a licensed real estate broker in Greenwich since 1986. His mother, Dorothy Wood was one of the most respected and well-known real estate brokers in Greenwich since 1961. She was the managing partner of the first and oldest real estate company in Greenwich, Thomas N. Cooke, now known as William Raveis Real Estate. He has been ranked as one of the top brokers within William Raveis Real Estate and has successfully represented numerous buyers and sellers throughout his career.

Curt Wood commented: “I welcome the opportunity to meet, show you 8 Grove Lane and discuss any real estate transaction needs you may have. Having grown up on Perryridge Road, I know our town extremely well. Greenwich is a wonderful place to live and raise a family in.”

Curt is a life-long resident of seven generations. He is a dedicated father to eight years old twins, Mollie and Hadden Wood, who attend North Street School. He has also been a volunteer for the Red Cross, Meals on Wheels and Sea Scouts. Many will remember Curt’s involvement in the town activities over the years, such as parachuting into Greenwich for many of the United Way benefits and Greenwich Polo matches with the American Flag, which was developed and test jumped by his father, Hadden Wood. In his free time, Curt spends much of his time with his kids. He has made thousands of jumps since 1974, often with the large American flag flowing behind him, has a couple thousand hours flying planes, and enjoys sailings, golf and tennis. In his free time, Curt spends much of his time with his kids.

Agi Zwierz began her real estate broker career in 1996. A native of Poland she earned her master’s degree in Landscape Architecture and she is bi-lingual. Agi currently maintains real estate broker’s licenses in Connecticut and Florida. She joined William Raveis in 1997 and has resided in Stamford for more than 20 years. Agi has a daughter serving in the United States Navy as a lieutenant on the USS Millius. Her younger daughter is earning a degree in architecture from Northeastern University. Agi loves the arts and is an active member of MoMa in New York City and The Bruce Museum.

Curt Wood and Agi Zwierz are both members of the Greenwich Association of Realtors and can be reached at (203) 979-3015 or via email at curtis(dot)wood(at)raveis(dot)com.

William Raveis Real Estate is the largest family owned Real Estate Company in the North East and has recently opened an office in Naples, Florida.

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