12,000 square foot mansion in Greenwich, CT featuring one-of-a-kind Batcave.
The Batcave is approximately 25 feet underground, the space is adorned with four gothic fireplaces and antique chandeliers, creating a mesmerizing “Hall of Mirrors.” Accessible through a series of secret doors and passages, including a room that magically disappears on hidden tracks with the flip of a switch. An extraordinary painting (conceals yet another hidden door) of a 1920s speakeasy Flapper named Noreen Guiran adds to the allure. At the end of a 100-foot tunnel, awaits a colossal bank vault door from 1875, weighing a staggering 12,000 pounds.
Above all, it serves as an exceptional motorcycle museum, showcasing nearly 100 vintage Harley Davidsons spanning from 1910 to 1970, including exceptionally rare pre-war and mid-war machines.
Adjacent to the museum, you’ll find a meticulously crafted 1920s Speakeasy. Its magnificent oak bar, constructed in 1885, stands proudly alongside a fully operational mahogany Phone Booth from the 1920s. A grand fireplace and entry doors from 1800s Romania transport visitors back in time.
Concealed behind the bar’s kitchen lies yet another secret door, leading to a private tasting room constructed entirely of antique brick and 100-year old wooden planks, evoking the feel of a small tavern in 1910 Ireland. It is a Speakeasy within a Speakeasy.
The BatCave also features a stone grotto, inviting guests to sink into plush club chairs and leather couches beneath a breathtaking antique chandelier. An exquisite 18th-century fireplace adds to the ambiance.
The James Bond Lounge awaits—a sleek, mahogany-clad den concealed behind a massive circular bank vault door. Inside, an array of surprises await: sliding shelves that discreetly hold various handguns; a concealed bulletproof viewing area for the indoor range disguised as a vanishing television; and a library wall that cunningly conceals the entrance to a world-class indoor shooting range.
Photos courtesy of Spencer Lasky.
No painting of walls. No nailing into walls.