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With an indoor lacrosse field that could be yours.

A Greenwich, Conn., compound with its own indoor basketball court and lacrosse turf is on the market for $10.85 million. On 2.47 acres, the compound includes a 20,200-square-foot, seven-bedroom, eight-bath house built in 2006. The home has a large foyer with a black-and-white limestone floor that leads to a classically designed living room with 14-foot ceilings. The ground floor also includes a library, a solarium and a formal dining room, according to Robin Kencel at Houlihan Lawrence Greenwich, who has the listing. The fun and games start on the third floor, which has an 18-seat multitiered movie room, a billiard room and another games room. The lower level sports the indoor basketball court, the 53-foot by 20-foot indoor lacrosse turf, a sauna, a mirrored exercise room leading outdoors to a hot tub and a 5,000-bottle, temperature-controlled wine cellar. For yet more recreation, the backyard has a heated in-ground pool and a 2,700-square-foot guesthouse with a pool side lounge, two apartments and a three-car garage. The sellers are Joseph Zimmel, a consultant and former investment banker, and Alison Blood, also a former Wall Street executive, who is now working in the nonprofit sector.

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