Built in the early 1900’s and originally designed by Edward B. Stratton, a Boston based architect known for the design of Hotel(s) Puritan, Lenox and Somerset. This home endured a two year restorative overhaul concluding an ambitious accomplishment that not only tributes its original detail but crowns a meticulous blend of transitional and traditional materials with impeccable taste. Located in the historic Fisher Hill neighborhood of Chestnut Hill, this home is the quintessence of indulgent living.
The home offers an array of impeccably blended traditional and transitional finishes. The resulting construction exceeds expectation; and the meticulous care taken to reestablish this estate’s original wood work, pediments, arched tops, wooden pilasters, stone and tile work is lavishly evident.