Named after Prince Charles estate in England, Highgrove, the 18-story building was designed by American master architect Robert A. M. Stern. Promising classic details and quality craftsmanship throughout, the homes provide elegant luxury to the homeowner.
Highgrove, the Robert A.M. Stern designed high-rise in Stamford, will be ready for occupancy in December 2009. Highgrove consists of 92 luxury residences and 3 guest suites. The high-rise contains a combination of two-, three- and four-bedroom condominium homes that provide an average of 2,558 square feet of living space. Unique luxury amenities include private elevator access to each home, a wine cellar designed and constructed by the “Wine Enthusiast”, 24-hour doorman, concierge, indoor swimming pool with retractable roof, spa and fitness center, private screening room and indoor valet parking with 230 available parking spaces.
The residences at Highgrove feature such exquisite finishes and appointments as ceilings heights that soar 10 feet and higher; hardwood floors; outdoor terraces; fireplaces in select homes; year-round room-by-room personal climate control; state-of-the-art designer appliances and pre-wiring for cable and high-speed Internet. Kitchens are outfitted with granite or marble countertops and Sub-Zero and Wolfe appliances. Bathrooms feature marble countertops and flooring and custom-designed vanities and cabinetry.
Highgrove’s centralized location on Forest and Grove streets in Stamford’s Central Business District will provide residents with direct access to the immediate neighborhood’s many restaurants, retailers, and cultural and entertainment venues, as well as the nearby Stamford Transportation Center, which offers a short commute into Manhattan. The condominium is a joint venture project between real estate development firm Ceebraid-Signal Corp. and the New York-based real estate investment arm of Investcorp International.
A limited number of two-, three-, and four-bedroom condominium residences are available at prices starting from $1.2 million. Several residences will be ready for occupancy in late fall of 2009, and all residences can be occupied by the end of year 2009.