New Construction and New Listing!

Attention, attention! Castles Unlimited has a new listing! an amazing new construction in Newton MA! the property is 11,075 sqft and is move-in ready! don’t miss the opportunity to own this incredible mansion located in one of the best neighborhoods in the country!

37 Radcliff Road Newton, MA: Waban,  02468

List Price: $7,888,000Bedrooms: 8
Year Built: 2020Bathrooms: 7f 2h
Style: Spanish Colonial, NeoclassicalParking Spaces: 10 Off-Street. 

This new construction by award-winner architect Yefim Massarsky is an astonishing mansion encompassing modern yet luxury finishes, appliances, and materials.  The residence has everything for entertainment, relaxing, and comfortable living. Featuring a Savaria elevator that eases access to the four levels that include a three-car garage, living rooms, a kitchen, and a catering station, a gym, a sauna, a playroom, a home theater, a wine cellar, and the unbelievable master suite that has its own spa bath, a walk-in closet, a morning kitchen, and its private balcony. 

The Spanish-style property allows views to the Charles River and lots of enjoyment among nature since it has access to a hiking trail. 

Location its one of its best qualities, Newton is a city that has it all, great schools, closeness to major routes, public transportation, and is minutes away from Boston! 

Investors, don’t miss this opportunity and contact the listing agent for more details and showings! See more about the property below.

Listing Agent: James Lowenstern (617) 733-8280.

Team members:

 Lev Massarsky (857) 231-1585. 

Evan Roberts (857) 919-0894. 

See the listing here!

First New Construction in Beacon Hill in 50 Years

The Chestnut Street Townhouse by Hacin + Associates in Boston, Massachusetts will be the first new construction in the Beacon Hill neighborhood in the last 50 years.

The original structure for the Chestnut Street Townhouse was thought to have been a stable before it was rebuilt as a house in the 1920s. Due to wear over the years the home was deemed unsalvageable, and is now being rebuilt for a second time. The designers and architects who worked on the Chestnut Street Townhouse were careful to preserve the historic architectural elements of the area, so as to complement rather than upstage the neighboring buildings. Period-evocative materials, such as brick, copper, wrought iron, and steel, anchor the building in the neighborhood’s historical context.

Skylights and a roof deck were added to brighten up the home. Luxury materials like marble and granite used in the kitchens and fireplaces add a modern touch.