Close to Boston, this beautiful 1902 Neoclassical residence is sited on .76+ acres at the end of a private road in Brookline with seasonal views of the Boston skyline. The house's hilltop location and high ceilings afford natural light to fill the house. The floor plan is excellent for entertaining and the chef's kitchen is ideal for the serious cook. At 8,939 square feet of living space, the house offers generous rooms and graceful living. With four fireplaces, crown moldings, exposed beams, pocket doors, quarter-sawn oak flooring, and stained glass windows. The house consists of five (or more) bedrooms, five full baths and two half-baths, separate au pair living quarters and a two-car garage.
Prestigious Fisher Hill. This stately seven bedroom, five full and three half-bathroom brick and stone English tudor-style residence with a slate roof is set on nearly 43,000' of land with sprawling lawns and specimen plantings. Beautifully appointed rooms showcase the exquisite architectural detail including four fireplaces. The gracious reception foyer leads to a library with oak paneling and 1st fireplace, and to an impressive 30'X19" step-down living room with nearly 10' ceiling height featuring a wall-of-glass, and an oversized fireplace with intricately carved mantel detailing. The living room accesses the yard, sun room and home office with separate outdoor entry. The pretty dining room has large bay windows and French doors. A modern kitchen with south-facing glass, overlooks the glorious yard and in-ground swimming pool. The family room, laundry room and three powder rooms complete this level. The elegant, curved staircase with period iron work ascends to the bedroom level.