Sited on 23 private, hilltop acres on Miles River Road in Hamilton with spectacular tree top views overlooking the protected rolling lawns of Myopia Hunt Club and on a clear day a glimpse of the Boston skyline can be seen in the distance. Originally built in 1936 by Boston architect, J. Hampden Robb, this immaculately restored residence features the best of old and new.
Spanning nearly 9.000 SF of living space the five-bedroom, six-bathroom Colonial with washed brick and clapboard façade has high ceilings, large spacious rooms and floor to ceiling windows emoting the grace and charm of a southern mansion.
The approach to the residence and grounds were thoughtfully re-designed by a landscape architect with an exquisite stone motor court, open fields and elaborate brick walls fitting with the classic nature of the homes architecture.
The property includes an attached 2-car garage with living quarters above, an additional separate 3-car garage, and a garden house with tea house/screened sleeping porch.
Serenity and charm in the midst of horse country within an easy commute to Boston.