We are pleased to announce that The Chimneys is featured on the homepage of the Financial Times Property Listings, assuming its place among stone castles, stunning penthouses, breezy tropical villas, and Hawaiian ranches!
This elegant, 28-acre estate with its 13,000 sq. ft., eight-bedroom residence commands a bluff above the Atlantic coast of Massachusetts, overlooking the property’s private white sand beach. Both the main residence and seven acres of Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. gardens were sensitively restored in the 1990s.
The carriage house can hold a car collection, become an office or serve as a family party space, with a two-bedroom staff apartment above. The Chimneys is offered for $24,000,000.
Visit The Chimneys website and contact us to learn more about this singular property.
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195 Summer Street, Manchester-by-the-Sea
Offered for $24,000,000
Featured in New England Home!
“It isn’t every day that someone writes a heartfelt letter to the prospective buyer of the home he’s selling…but then it isn’t every day that a property of this stature come on the market” …so begins Maria LaPiana’s narrative of this one-of-a-kind estate. And, we assure you, it is spot on: this 13,000 sq. ft. residence on 28 acres offers sweeping views of the sea, a stretch of beach shared by just seven families, seven chimneys (hence the name of the home – “The Chimneys”), a 4000 sq. ft. carriage house, and seven acres of Olmsted gardens. A detail in the owner’s letter? The Chimneys has housed only two families in the last 117 years. Pique your interest?
View the home here and contact me to request a visit- http://bit.ly/thechimneysondanabeach
Click to page 204-205 to view the article- https://issuu.com/newnewenglandhomemagazinellc/docs/new_england_home_may_june_2019
The Chimneys: “A Property packed with Stories”
Offered for $24,000,000
So says Jim Morrison in his recent piece in The Boston Globe Boston.com Real Estate about this extraordinary property on the coast in Manchester-by-the-Sea, offered for sale for $24,000,000. It’s hard to summarize a 13,000 sq. ft., 22-room (eight bedrooms, nine baths), beautifully-restored, and pristinely maintained home with unobstructed ocean views, a private beach, and seven acres of Frederick Law Olmstead Jr. gardens in a newspaper length story – but Morrison does it! ‘
Read about this legacy estate, now seeking just its third owner to stroll the gardens and watch storms roll in, as the current owners have done with joy since 1991. Please contact us to learn more about The Chimneys.
This picture paints a thousand words…
With warm weather on the horizon, The Chimneys’ private sweep of white beach sand becomes even more enticing. And when plantings bloom across the seven acres of Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. gardens, summer’s gentle breezes will mix the bouquet of flowers with the tang of salt air.
This pristine estate, with a 13,000 sq. ft., eight-bedroom (and seven-chimney) main residence, a carriage house with a two-bedroom apartment, an orangerie-style greenhouse, and 28 acres of privacy, is offered for $24,000,000.
Click here to read the full description, view images and learn more about The Chimneys-
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The “best of city living” is offered at this extraordinary river facing brownstone, offered for $12,900,000 and located on one of Back Bay’s most prestigious blocks.
As featured in Boston Magazine by Mary Meisenzahl, this beautifully renovated six story, 6,771 sq. ft., eight-bedroom, eight-bath home has 14’ ceilings, elegant, classically-proportioned rooms – all with period architectural detailing and many with stunning river views – an elevator serving all floors, an enclosed yard with loggia, a two car garage and an expansive roof deck.
No wonder you want to learn more about this remarkable property!
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His profile is spot on: I love what I do, I pretty much work around the clock, and, perhaps most importantly, I hold in the highest regard the relationships I have made in my 30-plus years in the high end luxury residential and niche commercial real estate market.
It all started with a condo sale on Commonwealth Avenue in 1983, and since then, there have countless other transactions on that street and throughout Greater Boston. I am grateful to each and every client – from Celine Dion and Ernie Boch Jr. to the family relocating to Boston who come to me as a referral. Real Estate is a business where a network is important, and I truly value mine!
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