A Stately Suburban Home

The expansive circa-1962 Colonial at 25 Cliff Road in Weston is not the house it used to be, says Coldwell Banker listing agent Melissa Dailey. “This owner bought the house when it was much smaller, and through the years, they’ve done several renovations. It’s been transformed into a custom home.” Indeed, this spacious dwelling, which now has over 6,830 square feet and is on the market for $4.995 million, can be likened to a family compound with ample bedrooms, square footage, and amenities like a lower-level media room, a play or exercise room and wine storage.

One major draw is the inground pool and octagon-shaped pool house, says Dailey, which features an open kitchen and living area as well as a bedroom on the second floor. With just over one acre of land, the stately home offers six bedrooms with six and a half bathrooms. A refurbished kitchen invites gathering and meal sharing and opens to a family room with cathedral ceilings, a wet bar, and fireplace. Steps away is an outdoor patio with a water feature and plenty of room for entertaining.

Recently, the kitchen and master bath underwent renovations, and the home received a fresh coat of paint in the living spaces. Four fireplaces throughout the home afford a cozy touch to quell the chill of New England nights. Additional rooms include a private first-floor study, a mudroom with storage cubbies, a light-filled sunroom, and a three-car garage. Dailey, who has been with Coldwell Banker for ten years, says the neighborhood can’t be beat. “There’s super easy access to Boston and to both Weston and Wellesley Center. From a location standpoint, it’s a great spot.”

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