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Luxury Home of the Week: Transformed Wenham carriage house hits the market for $2.4 million

Home of the Week Luxury
Greg Premru

A Colonial-style carriage-house-turned-estate in Wenham just hit the market for $2.4 million.

The home, built in 1900, rests on more than two acres of picturesque land featuring a koi pond, flower gardens, and a chicken coop. The grounds were designed with minimal upkeep in mind, according to the listing.

67 Walnut Rd. is spacious both indoors and out. The home is centered around a sprawling, dramatic kitchen that opens into a dining area. The kitchen boasts two large marble islands, gray cabinetry, and rustic-looking light fixtures.

The fireplaced family room opens into the stone patio via French doors. A path from the patio winds around the koi pond and leads to the estate’s garden.

A walk-in steam shower and his-and-hers closets adorn the master bedroom suite.

The living area is nearly 6,000 square feet and houses five bedrooms and three and a half baths.

All five bedrooms are upstairs. The first floor features the foyer, mud room, den, laundry room, family room, living room, kitchen, and one half bath.A detached garage offers three parking spots, and the circular drive out front can park many more cars.

The home is near public transportation, tennis courts, jogging trails, stables, a golf course, a marina, and both public and private schools.

Lanse Rob of LandVest listed the home for $2,395,000 on July 30.