Brookline Mansion: Where Luxury Meets Endless Amenities
AchehNetwork.com - Unveiling a world of opulence, 333 Lee St. emerges as the epitome of luxurious living.
The property, currently listed by Tracy Campion and Ryan Clunan of Campion and Company for an asking price of $28,000,000, is nothing short of a grand masterpiece.
This estate boasts extravagance at every turn, offering an array of amenities to cater to the most discerning tastes.
At the heart of this magnificent estate is an Olympic-size indoor pool, an all-season haven accessible via an underground passageway.
This marvel allows you to indulge in a refreshing swim even during the coldest of winters. Once your aquatic workout is complete, warm up by one of the mansion's 10 enchanting fireplaces, each a unique work of art in itself.
Nestled on 3.2 acres, this historic mansion spans an impressive 23,374 square feet and features a breathtaking nine bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, and four half bathrooms.
The property's rich history dates back to 1890 when William Truman Aldrich, an alumnus of MIT and École Des Beaux-Arts in Paris, designed the home in the grand Georgian Revival style.
While the home retains its historic charm, extensive renovations have seamlessly integrated modern amenities.
The kitchen, a masterpiece in itself, underwent a gut renovation and now includes a custom-designed stove imported from France.
The mansion's historic details are evident from the moment you step into the foyer, where quartersawn oak parquetry flooring with a starburst motif welcomes visitors.
The grand library off the foyer showcases hand-carved oak paneling and a striking red marble fireplace.
The living room is an inviting space bathed in natural light, adorned with boiserie paneling and intricate crown molding.
A casual living area on the first floor features a stunning green marble fireplace and a built-in television.
Two sets of French doors in the living room lead to the formal dining room, where a fireplace framed in rare marble and a hand-painted ceiling create a captivating ambiance.
The butler's pantry, meticulously restored, lies behind a discreet service door and is equipped with wood counters, glass-front cabinets, a dishwasher, a wine cooler, and warming ovens.
All nine bedrooms are thoughtfully distributed across the second and third floors, offering space and privacy for residents and guests.
Venture to the lower level of the estate, and you'll find a recreational paradise.
This level houses a recreation room, an office, a gym, a wine cellar, a meditation room, and a full bathroom complete with a sauna.
But the ultimate crown jewel of this home lies below the surface. A 60-foot tunnel, doubling as an art gallery, leads to the indoor pool pavilion.
This pavilion boasts its own kitchen, dining areas, a hot tub, sauna, and steam room. Large doors open to reveal a terrace with a serene fountain, creating an oasis of relaxation and wellness.
As if that weren't enough, the Brookline property is adorned with perfectly manicured grounds, including an apple orchard.
The carriage house, nestled at the rear of the property, comes complete with its very own garden.
This remarkable estate, steeped in history and reimagined for the modern connoisseur, promises an unparalleled living experience for its fortunate future owners.(*)