Robb Cohen Team | Engel & Völkers | Boston
EV


Boston
$5,200,000

MLS Number: 72227847    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Residential
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: Jamaica Plain 
Location: 96 Rockwood St
Boston , MA
Beds: 9  |  F. Baths: 6  |  H. Baths: 1
Style: Victorian
Built: 1862
Approx. SQFT: 8367.00
Acreage: 4.72
Parking: 3
Fireplaces: 8

Escape to your own private Downton Abbey replica. This Gothic Revival country residence was built with distinctive Puddingstone and sited on rolling hills and grassland wonder with mature trees which create immense privacy. The home sits on 4.72 acres of manicured gardens and basks in glorious sunlight with a pool within reach of an enclosed porch. Step through the vestibule into a front to back foyer with soaring 13' ceilings, spacious entertaining rooms and parlors, 8 fireplaces to add impressive warmth and a dignified staircase that sweeps to the upper floors. Look no further for an in-law suite with a separate entrance, generous kitchen and 3 bedrooms. Only minutes to Boston and Cambridge, Longwood Medical Area, golf and tennis clubs, extraordinary educational institutions and shopping in Chestnut Hill.

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Porch
Porch - Enclosed
Pool - Inground
Professional Landscaping
Sprinkler System
Garden Area

Wall Oven
Dishwasher
Disposal
Countertop Range
Refrigerator
Freezer

Public Transportation
Park
Walk/Jog Trails
Golf Course
Medical Facility
Conservation Area
Private School
Public School

Directions
Rockwood runs between Goddard Avenue and Pond Street

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»»Lat: 42.3584
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