Biggest sales: For nearly $4 million, a Wellesley mansion fit for Europe

Luxury Wellesley
190 Pond Road Wellesley exterior
Wellesley's 190 Pond Road sits on 3.02 acres of landscaped grounds. Tom Jones

This impressive Wellesley mansion — with a turret, winding drive, and 3-plus acres of landscaped grounds — looks suited for royalty. It may not house the crown, but, according to the Multiple Listing Service, it was the priciest home sale in the region last week.

Listed by Kathryn Alphas Richlen of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 190 Pond Road has five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, and five fireplaces. The 7,495-square-foot home sold for $3,975,000 on Thursday, Jan. 16.

Local architect Guy Grassi designed the house. His firm’s list of projects include converting Boston’s Burrage Mansion into condos and SoWa’s retail and studio spaces.

In this design, a two-story foyer with marble floors welcomes guests into the home before ushering them into a front-to-back living room. In the nearby sunroom, views of the home’s landscaped grounds are abundant through a wall of windows. Other notable features include a mahogany library with custom built-ins, a four-car heated garage, elaborate ceilings, and a family room with French doors that open to a patio.

Located on the second floor, the master suite boasts a soaking tub and a separate shower with multiple heads. This level also houses the home’s four other bedrooms — all of which have en-suite baths.

The  finished lower level offers exercise and game rooms.

Fun fact: About one-third of the property is located in Natick.

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