Luxury Home of the Week: For $9.99 million, a Weston equestrian property abutting trails

Home of the Week Luxury Weston
190 Concord Road Weston aerial
190 Concord Road includes a main residence, two-story guest wing, and three-level barn. Drone Home Media

It may be hard not to feel like you’ve been swept away to a woodland resort as you come upon the roundabout driveway of 190 Concord Road, a 13,000-square-foot Weston estate on the edge of conservation land. 

Kathryn Alphas Richlen of Coldwell Banker Realty-Weston listed the home on Jan. 13 for $9,995,000. The property is made up of a main residence, an attached guest house, and a three-level barn. It sits on 7.33 acres, providing plenty of space for a  lawn, waterfall pool, hot tub, fire pit, sports court, playground, outdoor kitchen, riding ring, patios, and paddocks.

The Colonial contemporary, built in 1997, and guest house together offer five bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, and one half bathroom. Features of the 18-room interior include reclaimed wood floors and shiplap. 

A foyer with a double-sided fireplace and a skylight fosters a warm welcome. A family room sits on the opposite end of the hearth, with a living room and turquoise dining room nearby. The stark white kitchen features a walk-in pantry, octagonal glass breakfast room, and an island long enough to seat six.

Down the hall, a mudroom connects the main residence to the guest house foyer. The guest house holds a dining room, kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, and screened porch. This area also offers access to a three-car garage and a patio with a built-in gas grill. 

Three bedrooms — each with an en-suite bath — are upstairs in the main house, including an owner suite with two walk-in closets. Over in the guest wing, the second floor is comprised of another bedroom and bathroom, as well as a dressing room with four closets. The finished lower level is outfitted with a crafts room, gym, and two offices.

A breezeway from the first floor leads to the luxurious barn. Its lower level hosts what you’d expect from an equestrian property — six stables, a feed area, a wash stall, and a tack room — but above, there’s a great room with a kitchenette and a wooden studio space.

See more photos of the home below: 

Subscribe to the Globe’s free real estate newsletter — our weekly digest on buying, selling, and design — at Follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter @globehomes.