By Grace Cassidy
If you are in search of privateness on an expansive compound and you actually like to entertain, look no further more. The Juggler Meadow Estate is on the current market in Leverett, Mass., for $23 million. Douglas Elliman’s Johnny Hatem Jr. represents the listing.
The moment owned by Michael Kittredge II, the late founder of Yankee Candle Co., the assets grew from a modest 3-bed room Colonial into an estate comprising much more than 60 acres and 8 constructions that supply in excess of 120,000 square toes of inside space—much of it committed to entertaining.
There is a primary house, two car barns, two guest properties, a club house, a pool cabana and a spa. Identified as Juggler Meadow, the home features meandering paths that connect the constructions across stunning, park-like grounds featuring mature landscaping, fountains, pergolas, waterfalls and amazing outside living and entertaining possibilities.
The main residence is 25,000 square feet in measurement and boasts five bedrooms, six bogs, five 50 %-bathrooms, and 11 fireplaces among many stages. The wonderful place features an atrium-like ceiling and 2nd-ground balcony, whilst a roomy round office environment offers panoramic views of the grounds. The properly-equipped connoisseur kitchen incorporates 5 islands, granite countertops, seven sinks and industrial-grade appliances. The dishwasher can even run a cycle in as small as 60 seconds, generating entertaining a breeze. The finished decreased degree is host to a business-grade kitchen area, two wine cellars, two dining rooms and a 10-seat theater.
Also on the compound is a nine-hole golfing program, a few outdoor tennis courts, one indoor tennis court docket, two local climate-managed car bars (Kittredge was a collector) and a clubhouse with 4 bedrooms, two loos and a total kitchen. A T-formed gunite pool is complemented by a roomy deck and a cabana property with a kitchen area. A 55,000-square-foot spa gives a comforting retreat. For the enjoyment-lovers, love a 3-lane bowling alley, billiards, basketball court docket, indoor drinking water park and a two-tale arcade with pinball machines, slots and skee-ball.
There is even a live performance stage with seem and lighting techniques that has hosted the likes of Corridor & Oates, The Doobie Brothers, KC and the Sunshine Band and other individuals who have played at non-public occasions.
Juggler Meadow is 30 miles from Springfield, 60 miles from Worcester and 100 miles from Boston.