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The Most Expensive Residential Property on the Market in Massachusetts

The Most Expensive Residential Property on the Mass. Market

March 17, 2020 by

Marni Elyse Katz and Jaci Conry Marni Elyse Katz and Jaci Conry

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Jonathan Radford may be poised to earn the honor of selling the priciest home in the state again this year, as he currently holds the most expensive listing in Massachusetts: Woodland Manor, the Brookline home of billionaire Paul Fireman. Listed by Forbes as one of the world’s richest people, Fireman built the staggering Reebok empire in the 1980s. Priced at $38 million with 7.32 acres, the gargantuan home— it’s nearly 27,000 square feet—is also available for $55 million with roughly 14 acres that include five buildable lots. The seven-bedroom, 12- bathroom home has an exterior clad with Indiana limestone, each stone of which was individually hand drawn. A 5,000-square-foot stone patio offers a perch from which to take in the manor’s unrivaled landscape of rolling lawns, sculpted rocky outcrops, ponds and specimen plantings. Jonathan Radford, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 617.335.1010, jonathanradford.com













The Most Expensive Residential Property on the Mass. Market

March 17, 2020 by Marni Elyse Katz and Jaci Conry

150_Woodland_Rd_01.jpg

Jonathan Radford may be poised to earn the honor of selling the priciest home in the state again this year, as he currently holds the most expensive listing in Massachusetts: Woodland Manor, the Brookline home of billionaire Paul Fireman. Listed by Forbes as one of the world’s richest people, Fireman built the staggering Reebok empire in the 1980s. Priced at $38 million with 7.32 acres, the gargantuan home— it’s nearly 27,000 square feet—is also available for $55 million with roughly 14 acres that include five buildable lots. The seven-bedroom, 12- bathroom home has an exterior clad with Indiana limestone, each stone of which was individually hand drawn. A 5,000-square-foot stone patio offers a perch from which to take in the manor’s unrivaled landscape of rolling lawns, sculpted rocky outcrops, ponds and specimen plantings. Jonathan Radford, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 617.335.1010, jonathanradford.com