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Dedham, MA’s Historic c.1910 Weld Pond Estate Reduced to $6.5M, Prev. $9.98M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Dedham, MA’s Historic c.1910 Weld Pond Estate Reduced to $6.5M, Prev. $9.98M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Dedham, MA’s Historic c.1910 Weld Pond Estate Reduced to $6.5M, Prev. $9.98M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
July 30
23:21 2018

Dedham, MA’s Historic c.1910 Weld Pond Estate Reduced to $6.5M, Prev. $9.98M

254 Westfield Street, Dedham, Massachusetts, United States, 02026

A magical estate in the heart of Dedham, Massachusetts’ Precinct One with a history dating to c.1910 is on the market for $6,500,000. It had previously been on the market as much as $9,988,800 in 2016. Spanning an incredible 14.25 acres overlooking Weld Pond, the large 11,300 square foot Colonial Revival mansion was built c.1910 and has been thoroughly restored and updated by a team of architects, engineers and builders. A long private drive winds past the gatehouse and up to the main house, inside you’ll find a grand entry, formal rooms, beautiful kitchen and views over Weld Pond. There is also a newly constructed wing containing a family room, media room, greenhouse and four car garage. There are seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms throughout. Beyond the house are a beach and a granite dock for swimming, fishing and boating, while a classic formal garden with a pergola overlooks the pond. The property also includes a large swimming pool, tennis court and carriage house with offices, guest suite, kitchen and reception lounge. It’s on the market for $6,500,000 with Land Vest.

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