On The Market: 133 Hyslop Road, Brookline
This sprawling property was the home of Boston Pops Orchestra's former conductor Arthur Fiedler.
The Boston Pops are one of the centerpieces of the city’s culture and its former conductor, the playful and imaginative Arthur Fiedler, was one of the cornerstones that shaped it into what it is today. Here’s your chance to live in his house.
Besides the obvious prestige, this sprawling property is the perfect choice for anyone who dreams of living the Gatsby lifestyle. The “grand, wide charm” of the property, as Otis & Ahearn listing agent Jeannemarie Conley describes it, comes from the open and spacious living space, oversized, recently-renovated chef’s kitchen, library and sunroom. These are not to be overdone, however, by the 10,000 bottle custom-made wine room with over 1,000 square feet of storage space. “You could easily have a hundred-person cocktail party and flow from room to room to room and feel comfortable,” says Conley.
The party can continue outside, with over 1,000 square feet of entertaining space overlooking the fenced-in yard and pool.
Just five miles from Boston and with a garage with parking for four to six cars, this property, right off Fisher Avenue is in one of the best locations in Brookline. This grand home has been meticulously maintained over the years and only needs minor updates to be a perfect place for a family to live for the next 20 years
133 Hyslop Road, Brookline
Lot Size: 0.63 acres
Year Built: 1929
Bathrooms: 6 full, 1 half
Swimming Pool: Yes
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