LandVest’s Lee Pond Estate hits the market with a feature in the Wall Street Journal. The $15,000,000 Westwood Contemporary is a spectacular Rich Levey-designed residence perfectly set at the end of a long winding drive on over 37± secluded acres outside Boston. The article, by luxury residential real estate reporter Sarah Paynter, can be found online and in the Wall Street Journal’s March 18th print edition.
Lee Pond Estate | 300 Summer Street, Westwood, MA
Sudduth notes, “The property combines the three key attributes of the best properties: a great location (near Boston in a top community), a great site (a secluded Olmsted-style landscape on a beautiful pond), and great improvements (a sleek, turnkey, beautifully designed home with all the amenities). It’s a rare privilege, even for LandVest, to represent a property of the quality of the Lee Pond Estate.”
Jay Boyle, LandVest’s lead broker for MetroWest, added “Westwood is highly sought after in the region because of the proximity to Downtown and Route 128, excellent schools, and quiet elegance from its history of distinguished old estates like the Lee Estate, the summer house of which was originally located on this property.”