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Entertainment Pavilion

Entertainment Pavilion

Entertainment Pavilion
July 20
11:06 2012

Entertainment Pavilion

333 Lee Street, Brookline, Massachusetts, United States, 02445

This extraordinary estate in Brookline, Massachusetts was built in 1929 by Boston architect William T. Aldrich.  The 3-story residence has been thoroughly renovated and now combines traditional style with modern amenities.

One of the highlights is the private detached entertainment pavilion accessible through an underground passageway that doubles as an art gallery.  Inside there are plenty of sitting/entertaining areas, a caterer’s kitchen, and a gorgeous swimming pool.  The property was previously listed for $15,750,000, and is now offered at $12,500,000.

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