Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to announce the sale 94 Central Street for $1,600,000. The sellers were represented by Judy Chace, Broker/Co-Owner, and Erin Marsh, Sales Associate: both of Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty. Elizabeth Cournoyer of Residential Properties, Ltd. represented the buyers.
The iconic property known as “LaSata”, Native American for “House of Peace”, was built in 1887. Once owned by M.C. Bouvier, a Wall Street financier and great uncle to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis and her sister Princess Lee Radziwell who summered there as young girls, this meticulously restored 5,445 square foot historic home is simply delightful.
The nine bedroom and four- and one-half bathroom, set on beautifully landscaped 1.22 acres with colorful flower gardens, lush lawns and wonderful trees boasts six fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, a charming carved staircase and oversized windows.
“This remarkable home is as special as it is historic,” says Erin Marsh. “We are proud to have represented the seller in this sale.”
“Clients trust us with a special piece of their lives,” adds Judy Chace. “We deliver results and continue to lead in the luxury market.”