A sprawling four-acre property in Brookline is now on the market, and its price tag is superlative. With an asking price of $18 million, the Fernwood Road home is one of the most expensive residential properties now available in Greater Boston.
The contemporary-style 9,094-square-foot home—designed by Adolfo Perez and build by Thoughtforms Co.—has four bedrooms, six full bathrooms and three half, six fireplaces, a pool, a four-car garage, and other luxury amenities including an integrated audio and video system by Bang & Olufsen. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide beautiful views of the property’s private pond and courtyards.
Inside, the home has two fireplaces in the living/dining space and a huge kitchen with Poggenpohl oak cabinets, quartz countertops, two Miele ovens, a 42-inch gas Miele MasterChef cooktop, a 30-inch full-size Sub-Zero refrigerator, plus a large kitchen island with refrigerator and freezer drawers.
The master suite includes a custom-designed dressing area and bathroom with limestone floors, a fireplace, a soaking tub, and sunken shower with heated floor. The other three bedrooms also have private bathrooms.
Additional amenities include two offices and a gym with sauna.
“Careful attention was paid to every detail in this home to create an exceptionally serene retreat with the highest-quality materials and finishes incorporated throughout,” says Coldwell Banker sales associate Deborah M. Gordon in a press release. “This property exemplifies modern luxury at its best.”
101 Fernwood Road, Brookline
Year Built: 2008
Living Area: 9,094 square feet
Bathrooms: 6 full, 3 half
Garage: Yes, 8 spaces
Fireplaces: Yes, 6
Outdoor: Pool, pond, courtyards
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