The Chimneys Manchester-By-The-Sea featured in Boston Herald

By Michael Carucci, Posted June 30, 2019

WAIT AND SEA: Nearly fifty of our state’s top brokers just gathered for a private power lunch at the The Chimneys, a historic 28-acre oceanfront estate in Manchester-by-the-Sea. During their behind-the-scenes tour of the Summer Street manse, we hear that guests strolled throughout the property’s formal gardens, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted Jr., and its shared stretch of white sand beach before exploring the sprawling home itself, which features old-school luxury touches like 12 fireplaces, a 3,000-bottle wine cellar, as well as a carriage house and greenhouse. Michael Carucci, executive vice president of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, hosted the midday shindig, with other big names in the bunch including: Gibson Sotheby honchos Larry RideoutColleen Barry and Paul McGann; owners, advertising mogul Jim Mullen and Nola Anderson, who have put the expansive on the market for $24 million; and James Beard Award-winning chef Lydia Shire, who prepared a gourmet lunch for the group of real estate elite.