Who doesn't love peeking inside million-dollar homes?

Even if you're like this writer and don't have that kind of cash lying around, it's always fascinating to see how the other half lives. Whether a house has a fancy interior, best of the best appliances, panoramic waterfront views, or extra perks that reduce the reasons you'd ever have to leave (we're talking bowling alleys, arcades, theaters, spas, tennis courts, and more), it's super fun to check out these homes on the market and see what they're all about. For some properties, their appeal not only lies in their amenities, but unbeatable luxury throughout. Enter this exquisite French manor that's on the market for $47,500,000 and listed by Joseph Barbieri with Sotheby's International Realty.

Nestled in the "private, gated enclave of Mead Point", this six-bedroom, 11-bathroom "waterfront hôtel particulier" sits on two acres at 549 Indian Field Road in Greenwich, Connecticut, and offers picturesque views of the Long Island Sound.

The exterior of this place is picture-perfect in itself, but the property as a whole feels like you're at a resort. In some ways, it resembles those elegant summer estates you read about in novels. Whoever purchases this house will enjoy top-of-the-line amenities, including a large infinity pool, pool house, and dock, a greenhouse, vegetable garden, waterfront fire pit, rooftop hot tub, formal gardens, fireplaces, statues, and more.

But enough of our chatter. Let's do some exploring, shall we?

Exquisite Waterfront French Manor in New England Could Be Yours for $47.5M

The property in Greenwich, Connecticut, is listed by Joseph Barbieri with Sotheby's International Realty.

Gallery Credit: Megan

Let's check out another breathtaking estate, this time in Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts.

$26.5M Breathtaking Beachfront Estate in Martha's Vineyard Could Be Out of a Magazine

Known as Minawetu, this seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom home sits on three acres of land at 60 Bartimus Luce Road on Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts.

Gallery Credit: Megan

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