By Jessica Bowne | November 10, 2015 | Home & Real Estate
Expansive views, marble-lined spa bathrooms, and oak floors, oh my! These homes come with the amenities that warrant the price tag.
Take up residence where barons used to live, as in Clarence W. Barron, owner of the Dow Jones Company, the Wall Street Journal, and Barron’s Weekly. The Oaks, a private 10-acre estate located just outside of Boston, boasts a 20,000-square-foot Georgian Revival mansion, and a 112-foot deep water dock. There is even a skating pond and a lawn for children’s games. Jonathan Radford, 617-335-1010
Get in on a rare new construction on Commonwealth Avenue. The four-plus bedroom apartment has direct elevator access, a massive master suite with a spa bathroom, and a chef’s kitchen finished in marble. Possibly the best part of this incredible triplex? Four garage spaces. Michael Harper, 617-480-3938
Snag this property before construnction of the building even starts. Work with Marc Kaplan of Sanford Custom Homes, architect Jan Gleysteen, and The MacDowell Company for landscape design to create your dream estate in one of the most desirable towns in Massachusetts. The Town of Weston has already approved building plans for the nearly 12,000-square-foot, six-bedroom property. Mizner & Simon Team, Amy Mizner and Sheryl Simon, 781-894-8282
This rare double-residence at the ever popular Four Seasons Hotel, Boston is on a higher floor, offering expansive views. The 3,300-square-foot home has three bedrooms, a library, three baths, and two coveted garage parking spaces. George Ballantyne, 617-899-7045
Snag this spacious residence on one of Beacon Hill’s most coveted streets. These new luxury condominiums offer a 24-hour concierge and European décor details such as hand-carved Italian marble fireplace mantels, imported French oak chevron herringbone floors, and imported Italian kitchens. This floor-through unit has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Beth Dickerson, 671-510-8565