Poised on a mountainous hilltop in the bucolic Boston suburb of Weston, this new home grows out of its natural environment. This is exaggerated by the roofline that reaches to the natural grade and helps to define a secret garden that welcomes you to the home’s entry. The master suite serves as the core of this 90-degree plan, while the main stair transcends its three-stories by embracing the frameless glass wine room in the lowest level. The wine room serves as the orientation point to the gym, spa, and theater, before giving way to the groined stone threshold that leads to the Shack–a sports-themed oasis with a bar. The gym opens to natural grade for outdoor yoga, and the Shack opens to a firepit and sitting area–all circulating back to the swimming pool that is the landscape carpet outside the family room.
Photography: Dan Cotrona
Interior Designer: John Stefanon Interiors