A sprawling 21-acre property in Dover, Massachusetts, about 15 miles southwest of Boston, is coming onto the market for $15 million later this week, Mansion Global has learned.
About 17 acres of the property are used as a farm/equestrian estate, with vegetable gardens, cattle pastures, spring-fed pond and lush landscaping, according to the Walsh Team— Richard , Sheila and Evan Walsh —at William Raveis Real Estate, who is handling the listing.
“The property can be completely off-grid, with its own solar power, four wells, and an automatic backup generator,” Richard Walsh said. “The farm produce and cattle can sustain the whole family.”
The four residential acres feature a stone-and-shingle main residence, a carriage house, a pool house and a barn, Mr. Walsh said.
Built in 2014 by architect Tom Catalano , the main residence spans four stories with a total of 15,000 square feet of living space, including six bedrooms, eight baths, three technology-equipped home offices, a home theater, a wine cellar, an exercise and golf room, and a root cellar (underground storage for vegetables), among other recreational amenities, according to the listing agents.
The home features an elevator servicing all four floors, six fireplaces, millwork, marble tops, retractable screens and views from each window, the Walsh team said.
There is also a heated pool with a spa, an outdoor kitchen with a fireplace, and other lounge areas.
The two-story carriage house, completed in 2016, can be used for business conferences or social gatherings, the team said.
The listing agents declined to discuss the seller, who bought the property for $1.6 million in 2009, property records show.
This article first appeared on Mansion Global.