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Luxury Home of the Week: A Quincy estate with a dock bar for $4.8 million

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124 Crabtree Road Quincy Dock
This Colonial at 124 Crabtree Road is on Quincy's Squantum peninsula. Jordan Staiger, Home Views

The butter yellow Colonial at 124 Crabtree Road in Quincy is impressive on its own, but its most jaw-dropping features may be beyond its back doors. The 6,851-square-foot waterfront house on 0.28 of an acre offers a 200-foot-plus dock with a bar, ramp, and personal watercraft lift. 

Built in 2005, the 17-room home is on the market for $4,800,000, listed by Alex Walsh of Access on Sept. 9. The property has seven bedrooms, five full bathrooms, one half bathroom, and four fireplaces.  

Enter the home through a set of double doors to find an open layout with a coffered ceiling and crown molding, as well as three sets of French doors along the back wall offering water views and entry to a columned patio. Beyond that, there’s an in-ground pool, as well as a deck large enough for multiple couches and an eight-person dining setup. 

In the kitchen, light cabinetry contrasts with a dark wood two-tier island that offers a range and bar seating for four. The adjoining dining area occupies a turret space lined with windows and a window seat. A butler’s pantry offers an additional sink and storage.

Elsewhere on this floor, a glass-paneled door leads to a home office decked out floor to ceiling in dark wood. It features a built-in desk, fireplace, and shelving on every wall. 

Most of the bedrooms are located on the second floor, including the expansive owner suite, which boasts a fireplace, built-ins, a balcony, a dressing room, and a bath with a makeup vanity and a soaking tub positioned to look out on Quincy Bay.

There are three more bedrooms on this floor, including a suite with living and dining areas, a kitchen, and full bathroom. Venture up one more flight of stairs to find the remaining three bedrooms. 

On the lower level, come with popcorn to watch a movie in the red home theater with stadium seating, eight plush leather chairs, and a projector. Whip yourself up a drink at the full bar or select a bottle from the wine cellar. You can lounge in the living and dining space or break a sweat in the home gym.

The dock is in a flood plain, according to the listing, and the square footage includes the finished lower level. The home has a three-car garage.

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