124 Crabtree Rd, Quincy $4,800,000

Sale Type: For Sale Beds: 7 Baths: 5.50 Ft2: 6,851 Lot Size: 12,252 Lot Acres: 0.28 Ref #: 72723662

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Arguably the most spectacular Waterfront home within 10 miles of Downtown Boston! Resting on top of Coveted Crabtree rd in the secluded Squantum Peninsula, this 7+ bedroom, 5 1/2 bath home leaves little to be desired. The panoramic ocean views consistent throughout the main living area immediately demand your attention. Custom built chefs kitchen has too many luxury features to list. Beautiful open floor plan perfectly pairs with modern luxury living. Stunning in home office perfect for remote work. The master suite features sprawling private balcony, massive dressing room, large soaking tub, and custom designer shower.. The lower level features a full service bar, entertaining area, in home gym, wine storage room, and a separate home theater. Outside turns it up to notch with a sprawling entertainment space, a 200+ foot dock, fully equipped tiki bar, Jet ski lift, Gunite pool, and docking ramp. So many features it is impossible to list them all. Schedule your private showing today!
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Details

Beds
7
Baths
5.50
Ft2
6,851
Lot Size
12,252
Lot Acres
0.28
Lot Type
Scenic View(s)
Heat
Radiant,Gas
Cooling
Central Air
Roof
Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingles,Other (See Remarks)
Tax
$37,856
Year Built
2005
Garage Type
Attached
Listing provided courtesy of Alex Walsh, Access