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Stone Gothic Revival on 5 Acres in Boston, MA Reduced to $3.95M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Stone Gothic Revival on 5 Acres in Boston, MA Reduced to $3.95M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Stone Gothic Revival on 5 Acres in Boston, MA Reduced to $3.95M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
July 04
13:47 2019

Stone Gothic Revival on 5 Acres in Boston, MA Reduced to $3.95M

96 Rockwood Street, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 02130

Opportunity abounds at one of the last, significant estates in Boston Proper. This distinctive puddingstone Gothic Revival manor was originally set on a vast 12 acre wooded estate. It was built in the mid-1800s for Boston merchant Abel Adams. The 15,000 square foot residence currently sits on a generous 4.72 acre property with rolling hills and grassland with mature trees creating immense privacy. The property comes complete with detached three car garage and in-ground swimming pool. Step through the vestibule into a front to back foyer with soaring 13-foot ceilings, spacious entertaining rooms and parlours, eight fireplaces to add impressive warmth and a dignified staircase that sweeps to the upper floors. The floor plan includes eight bedrooms, five full and one half bathrooms. Sections of the manor have bee modernized but much of the original architecture and decorative details are still intact. It was also reportedly owned by American home improvement host Bob Vila several years ago. The property is currently on the market for $3,950,000 $4,500,000 $4,950,000 $5,200,000 $5,500,000 with Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate. It’s also available to rent for $12,000/month. 









 



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