With 7 acres bordering conservation trails through Ogilvie Town Forest, a pond for skating, a hill for sledding, and an outdoor fireplace, this Shingle-style Weston Colonial embraces winter fun.
In the spring, improve your volley on the property’s tennis court or your three-point shot at the basketball hoops.
Designed by D. Michael Collins Architects, built by Ken Vona Builders, and landscaped by CBA Landscape Architects, 370 Concord Road has received semi-annual maintenance by the builders since its construction in 2004, according to the listing agent, Kathryn Alphas Richlen of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
The 12,000-square-foot cedar-sided home has six bedrooms, a heated three-car garage, a whole-house generator, three fireplaces, five full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms. The home features a foyer with a compass rose inset, a stunning elliptical staircase, and a cove ceiling. Other highlights include walnut flooring, dining and music rooms with bay windows and fireplaces, a window-lined living room with a coffered ceiling and a fireplace, and a mahogany library.
The kitchen — which has granite counters, a mahogany island with a cherry top, a pantry, and a butler’s pantry — is open to a two-story sitting room with a glass cupola and a stone fireplace. Adjacent to the kitchen is a homework room with built-in desks. There is also an octagonal sunroom with a built-in entertainment center, a double mudroom with a pet-washing station, and a breakfast room that connects to a custom-built cedar pergola with outdoor lighting illuminating a bluestone patio and stone fireplace.
The second floor houses all six bedrooms, including a master with two walk-in closets, a tray ceiling, a soaking tub, steam shower, and dual vanities. The five other bedrooms include an octagonal one for guests. All of the bathrooms on this level have flooring with radiant heat.
A game room with a cathedral ceiling and laundry are located off the backstairs landing, while the lower level offers play and media rooms, a gym, a steam bath, a pantry, and a mahogany wine cellar for more than 1,000 bottles.
The property is listed for $6,200,000.
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