One of Greater Boston’s finest estates ($17,000,000). Dating from 1929, this romantically beautiful Georgian Revival Manor is secluded on 3.64 +/- serene park-like acres originally landscaped by the famed Olmstead Brothers. No detail is overlooked and no expense is spared in the masterful award-winning renovation recently carried out by architects Meyer and Meyer and Woodmeister Master Builders. Museum-quality decorative finishes are by acclaimed conservation specialist John Canning. There are 10 magnificent fireplaces and a trove of fine architectural millwork. While amply scaled for grand entertaining, the spacious floor-plan of 15,452 +/- square feet gives a comfortably livable feel with superb proportions. Breathtaking reception hall with intricate gold-leaf ceiling. Chef’s kitchen, 9 bedrooms feature sumptuous master suite with 2 dressing rooms and 2 baths. Crestron electronics, elevator, 4-bay garage. Grand terrace with lily pools. Lushly secluded swimming pool.