125 Loring Road,



Weston, MA 02493

Single-Family

$1,050,000
Price

9
Rooms

3
Beds

2/1
Full/Half Baths

Step inside this amazing contemporary home and be impressed with all it has to offer!!! Features a free flowing open concept floor plan with multi levels. Great for entertaining. Soaring exposed mahogany beam sky-lit ceilings, Gourmet chef's kitchen with maple cabinets, granite countertops, island & high end stainless steel appliances, Sun-filled large dining room with built ins, step down into the warm and inviting living room with a custom stainless steel fireplace. The lofted master bedroom above has its own full bath with a marble floor, there are 2 additional bedrooms & an office with built ins on the main floor, walkout finished lower level offers an oversized family room with marble floors, half bath, home office & a custom walk in closet plus direct access into a 2 car garage. Set back from the road with 10 car parking plus additional gravel parking compliment the professionally landscaped private yard & surroundings that further enhance the beauty of this magnificent home.

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July 22
at
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