Home of the Week: A Historic Manor Outside of Boston

The perfect stone manor to keep warm during Winter Storm Juno

In our newest ‘Home of the Week‘ we move from a sleek condo in the Fifty Shades of Grey building, to a classic stone manor just 20 miles outside of Boston.

You might not be able to see it under the 30 or so inches of snow blanketing the Boston area today, but this $2,725,000 home in Needham, MA is truly something special. Nestled on just under 5 acres, the gorgeous private grounds are surrounded by granite walls and a fountain that give off a distinct English countryside vibe.

At the center of the sprawling estate is an elegant home that appears at once stately, but also very much like a warm and inviting place to be with family. A part of the warm ambiance exuded by this 7 bedroom home can be attributed to its rich history – as it was built in the 1930s by one of the oldest families in Boston. The home may be over 80 years old, but its recent renovations make it absolutely ideal for those seeking 21st century luxury living and convenience.

The over 8,500 square foot home offers up the best of New England – history with a lovely mix of the new! I could personally see how great it would be to raise a family here. Enjoy barbecues and pool parties during the summer, and hot chocolate by the stone fireplace during the winter! Click here to learn more about this home listed by Melissa Dailey with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

Senior Manager, Content & Multimedia at Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. In his role he manages content strategy and execution across several platforms. He’s held other roles within the Marketing Department ranging from Previews & Product Development to the day to day management of the coldwellbanker.com redesign. Besides being a marketer, Gustavo is a filmmaker, musician and writer.

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