Christopher Meloni Flipping New Canaan Country Estate

Catherine Sherman
April 17, 2013
Source: IMDb
Source: IMDb

Source: IMDb

Whether investigating a crime on “Law & Order: SVU” or flipping his home, Christopher Meloni doesn’t mess around. After purchasing a 4-acre New Canaan estate last August, the actor just relisted the property for $4.75 million.

Flipping houses is not uncommon for Hollywood’s elite: Taylor Swift recently sold her Cape Cod home after owning it for only 4 months.

With a home in New Milford since 2003, it’s not surprising Meloni only wants one Connecticut home, and he’s doing everything he can to attract a buyer. The interior has undergone a complete transformation, boasting refinished floors, a custom home office, fresh coat of paint and other architectural enhancements. The property also includes a pool and large barn with storage for six cars.

Located on the prestigious Oenoke Ridge at 982 Oenoke Rdg, New Canaan, CT 06840, the house is 8,063 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 6.5 baths. According to Zillow’s Home Value Index, it’s 52.2 percent more expensive per square foot than the median New Canaan home.

It’s unclear where Meloni and his family will be heading next. The actor has been busy filming big- and small-screen roles since leaving the “Law & Order” cast in 2011. He had a recurring role on HBO’s “True Blood” last season and currently can be seen playing baseball manager Leo Durocher in the Jackie Robinson bio-film “42.”