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Single FamilyFor Sale
$10,000,000
74-80 Orchard Ave
Weston, MA 02493
Courtesy of eXp Realty - Catherine Bassick
MLS Property Information Network
7Beds
5Full2Half Baths
15,868Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$51,718/mo

The elegant historical mansion was designed by Boston architect Francis Chandler, known for his large and picturesque homes incorporating Queen Anne elements. The American Shingle style was an outgrowth of that tradition. He would go on to become the head of architecture at MIT. Today the home has been restored to its original grandeur yet no expenses were spared to bring in the latest technology and smart home technology for today's lifestyle. This home is considered the last great mansion left in Weston and Orchard is considered the most prestigious street. The home offers five bedrooms with an en-suite bath and two additional half baths, 11 fireplaces, five-car garage with an additional two spots below for the ultimate car collection. Rich in period details not found today. Famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted had a hand in selecting the original plantings and designing the gardens, which include formal gardens, expanses of lawn, fields, and woods. Elegant Trophy Property

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