Luxury Home of the Week: A carefully crafted Weston contemporary for $5.8 million
Bright, natural interiors, enormous windows, and lush grounds come together to create this tranquil home. Read more on realestate.boston.com.
Bright interiors with natural features, enormous windows, and lush grounds come together to create this tranquil Luxury Home of the Week pick, which was custom built in 2020.
Situated on a 1.39-acre lot, 15 Myles Standish Road in Weston offers five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms in 8,451 square feet of living space. Mizner + Montero at Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty is handling the $5,800,000 listing.
The attention to detail is apparent in this 12-room contemporary, down to the European-style triple-pane windows, hidden-hinge doors, and the modern lighting fixtures found throughout.
According to the listing, the home’s open floor plan and south-facing orientation are part of a design that embraces indoor and outdoor living. Picture windows dominate the wall space on the L-shaped first floor. This level includes a living room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace that separates it from the dining room, as well as an open kitchen and family room. The kitchen features lacquered cabinets, two islands, and a floor-to-ceiling gas fireplace at the far end of the room. A door next to the hearth leads to the enclosed porch, a great spot to take in views of the Japanese-inspired gardens and lush grounds.
On the opposite end of the floor and behind a paneled wall is the first of two primary suites. Both have en-suite bathrooms that feature no-fog mirrors, rainfall shower heads, and heated floors. This level also offers an office, laundry room, mudroom, an attached three-car garage, and a bonus room.
The remaining four bedrooms are on the smaller second floor, including the second primary suite. The lower level offers a recreation room with a wet bar, gym, and home theater.
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