A majestic estate in Brookline – Boston Herald

No need to go back in time to Regency Era England if your heart is set on living on the set of Bridgerton. You can get the jaw-dropping scale, drama, and next-level opulence much closer to home — Brookline.

With 333 Lee Street, we’re treated to a prestigious Georgian Revival estate designed by the renowned architect and artist William Truman Aldrich, known for his work on the Worcester Art Museum, part of the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, and the United States Post Office in Gloucester. The grand estate holds court over three acres of meticulously landscaped grounds with a main house, guest house, and pool house.

And if you’re looking for a real estate trophy, it’s the second-most-expensive listing in Brookline.

Built in 1929, the 23,000 square-foot property experienced major renovations between 2008 and 2012, preserving its historic character and larger-than-life personality.

Inside, the estate features 11 spacious bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and 10 fireplaces, providing warm and inviting places to retreat to. Complementing the bedrooms are exquisite gathering places —  a richly paneled library, formal dining room, and family room. In the kitchen, equipped to feed a football team, a custom-designed Molteni stove takes center stage.

An incredible 75-foot indoor swimming pool is the highlight of the natatorium. Wrapped in French doors that open to the terrace, the pool is also accessible through a 60-foot underground passageway for year-round dips.

The sale of the estate, on the market for $24,500,000, is represented by George Sarkis and Manny Sarkis of Douglas Elliman, 781-603-8702.

Source link

Leave a Comment