Luxury Home of the Week: A hilltop mansion with a D.C.-worthy reflecting pool, dome

Buying Luxury
3 Colburn Road looks palatial atop this Manchester-by-the-Sea hill. Maria Mardikis/BostonREP

The only thing cookie-cutter you’ll find in this kitchen are actual cookie cutters.

The kitchen in this hilltop mansion at 3 Colburn Road in Manchester-by-the Sea offers what you’d expect in the kitchen of a luxury home (stainless steel high-end appliances and stunning cabinetry), but then there’s the Venetian plaster details, the Greek-inspired mosaic floor, the Absolute Black granite counters, elaborate metal corkscrew stairs, and decoupage murals inspired by the Villa of the Mysteries in Pompeii, Italy.

The attention to detail continues in the dining room, which boasts reclaimed flooring from Paris in a Versailles pattern and a circa 1810 American Statuario marble fireplace. Not to be outdone is the loggia, with its black-and-white marble and slate floor salvaged from South Station, Corinthian columns, and 20-foot-high French doors that open to the 180-foot-long reflecting pool.

Other highlights of the home include the marble fireplace in the living room (from Newport, R.I.), mahogany doors, and sauna. The property is 3.19 acres, and the home was built in 2001.

The 6,120-square-foot home has two bedrooms, three full baths, and one half bath. Daniel Meegan of J. Barrett & Company has listed the property for $2,450,000.

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