See links below for Full Video Tour, House Color Palette, Newton Historical Society House Tour, Property Improvements and Overview
Farlow Hill~Featured in Newton magazine and selected for the Newton Historical Society’s 25th Anniversary House Tour, this award-winning artist-designed home offers over 4,000 square feet of thoughtfully designed space on an over 16,000 square foot lot ~ a setting that is truly an oasis. Set on a cul-de-sac nestled on a hill, this custom-built 4-bedroom home was designed to optimize the light and views, an abundance of windows integrates a picture-framed landscape into every room, including vistas of downtown Boston. The main level features a beautiful living room with views of the city and a bed and breakfast fireplace. The thoughtfully designed chef’s kitchen, with custom maple cabinetry, Brazilian granite countertops, and breakfast bar, includes a 2022 Bosch double oven and monogram 48” side-by-side refrigerator. The kitchen is central to the dining and family area with access to the 25’ by 10’ deck and gardens, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. Mahogany decks wrap around the second floor with views of the beautifully landscaped yard and zen gardens, and offers private access from the luxurious primary bedroom suite with a deck and gas fire pit. In addition, there is a second bedroom with a private deck, den, and a full bathroom on this floor. The top-floor bedroom, with a sitting area, offers incredible treetop views of the Boston skyline and a Juliet balcony overlooking the yard. Designed to offer access to the outside from each room, with over 1,000 square feet of mahogany decking on 3 floors. Unique elements such as stained glass, floor inlays, custom wrought iron railings, and thoughtful architectural details give character to every room. The finished lower level with bedroom/family room, home gym, and full bathroom offers a private entrance and access to the two-car garage - perfect for a home office or guest suite. 2022 HVAC and easy access to the Mass Pike, Boston, and Cambridge.