GREENWICH — Luxury comes in abundance with the house at 93 Clapboard Ridge Road, but it also has another dimension.

“It’s grand, but not ostentatious,” noted Paulina Kimbel, an auction executive involved in its upcoming sale. “Very homey.”

The house, which will be auctioned on Oct. 25, certainly has a commanding presence. The entryway is particularly eye-catching, with a soaring ceiling and a stand-alone staircase greeting visitors. The marble floor provides a visual balance to the high portal.

The house was built in 1999, but it looks brand new.

“It’s really elegant and kept up really well. It is in great shape,” said Kimbel, the director of business development for Concierge Auctions.

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The house has a number of well-crafted details.

“The sheer attention to detail, the craftsmanship, it’s really distinctive,” said Kimbel. The office-library is paneled with mahogany. Arched doorways lead from one room to another. A seven-sided sunroom, off the kitchen, is positioned to take advantage of the view of a nearby lake.

For a house of its size, there are few dark spaces — “it’s very light-filled,” said Kimbel.

There’s a large bay window in the master bedroom that takes in views of the outdoors. Even a large bath tub off the master bedroom offers a view of the mature trees in abundance around the property.

The house, owned by the Thomas family, was meant to serve as a family place. It’s conducive to family dining, with a spot for breakfast in the sunroom near the kitchen. With 3.6 acres of land, and a lake nearby, it has plenty of play space.

“A great blend of family and work life,” noted Kimbel. “Great for a family with kids.”

A large unfinished basement also provides an opportunity for different kinds of recreation or leisure, like a game room or a home theater. The house is also well-suited for entertaining, with abundant parking, a built-in wine storage unit near the kitchen and plenty of room for outdoor parties.

The house has been on the market for four years, with an asking price in the $9 million range. The auction coming up at the end of the month will sell the property to the highest bidder, without a reserve.

“It brings in a breath of fresh air,” Kimbel said of the auction. “It creates a sense of urgency.”

The house will be open to prospective buyers daily until the auction. The site is currently listed at $7.19 million. Bidders need to register by Oct. 23. Information is available at the Concierge Auctions website. The auction will start at 4 p.m. Oct. 25.