Leave it to the Newton slice of Chestnut Hill to offer up a 21-room, 14,109-square-foot spread like 152 Suffolk Road.
The mansion on 1.6 acres was rebuilt over the past three years, drawing inspiration from Spanish Mediterranean revival architecture and improving vastly upon a property otherwise dating from 1904.
The house is as lavish as one might expect. There’s a wine room and an exercise room as well as a sauna and seven bedrooms. There are also 12 bathrooms, including eight full ones, and six fireplaces. An elevator goes to every level.
The tag for the house is also as lavish as one might expect: $12 million through Manuel Davis and Kristy Ganong of Advisors Living. Have a look around.