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Luxury Home of the Week: A Carlisle contemporary with an atrium for $3.5 million

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The 17-room custom estate is centered on a climate-controlled atrium filled with a fountain, a meditation garden, and specimen plantings.
The 17-room custom estate is centered on a climate-controlled atrium filled with a fountain, a meditation garden, and specimen plantings. Madore Photography

Amid this mansion’s geometric shapes and modern washes of white is a lush center.  

201 Concord St. was listed for $3,500,000 on Dec. 8. Built in 1988, the 17-room custom estate is centered on a climate-controlled atrium filled with a fountain, a meditation garden, and specimen plantings. Walls of glass border the space, allowing multiple rooms in the home to get a view. 

There are five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and three half bathrooms in the Carlisle home’s expansive 15,193 square feet of living space. An exterior balcony on the second floor overlooks the property’s 18.4 acres, including a spring-fed pond. The Mendosa-Balboni Team of Engel & Völkers Concord has the listing. 

A private drive leads to the estate’s upper motor court, followed by a reception foyer. The contemporary home’s white interior is punctuated by small details such as built-in shelves or a tray ceiling in the dining room. The two-story great room offers an oversized black fireplace and enormous picture windows. But the sharpest contrast to the home’s minimalist style comes in the form of a glossy, cherry red kitchen with black countertops. 

The five bedrooms — all with ensuite bathrooms — as well as a billiard room, gym, and TV lounge are located on the lower level. A caterer’s kitchen and attached heated garages round out the main home. A three-bedroom guest house with a two-level equipment barn is also located on the property. 

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