A+ location, built for an heir… This 1922 English Country Manor was built by Edwin Webster of Stone & Webster for his daughter as a wedding gift. Sited on nearly an acre in Chestnut Hill, clearly no expense was spared throughout the building process. What sets this home apart is the English Chestnut woodwork which showcases un-paralleled craftsmanship. A sunken, sun-splashed Great Room warmed by an expansive stone fireplace is perfect for entertaining. From here triple-hung ceiling to floor windows create a doorway on to a welcoming front porch. Rounding off the beauty and history of this magnificent home is the stone flooring in the kitchen which came from a chapel in Provence. This property has easy access to Boston, The Country Club, public transportation, and in walking distance to The Street and Square at Chestnut Hill.
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