Located in the historic and beautiful town of Lexington, this classic and magnificent Spanish villa named Journey’s End was originally built in 1933 for renowned Bostonian philanthropist Josiah Willard Hayden. Since its establishment, the estate saw continuous updates and refinement to provide the perfect mix of old-world opulence and modern living. The 23 room, 1.83-acre property offers 8212 square feet of living space and masterful detailing throughout. Some of the many exquisite features include 8 fireplaces, a 2-story great room with warm chestnut walls, beamed ceilings, grand chandeliers, French doors, hardwood floors throughout, renovated Chef’s kitchen and bathrooms, 78’ veranda, custom designed Ethan Allen drapes and much more. The property also includes a 4-room accessory apartment that can be incorporated as a part of the main house, as well as a newly built detached modern 2 car garage. Truly a spectacular, one-of-a-kind estate that is a must see!