127 Chestnut Street
Presenting the Elizabeth Boit House, one of Wakefield’s finest historic properties, designed by prominent architect Harland Perkins. Completed in 1910, and easily accessible to Boston, the residence presides over two acres and reflects the history of Wakefield with perfectly maintained original details. A rolling grand entrance takes you to a private residence of approx. 5568sf with five bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a separate 3-car garage. Formal and informal rooms are balanced beautifully as elegant woodwork, original floors, antique fireplaces, preserved glass windows and a tastefully updated contemporary kitchen and baths give the entire residence a timeless quality. Beyond, a pool, patio, formal rose gardens, lush landscape, and enclosed porch create a captivating outdoor playground. Impossible to replicate today, the Elizabeth Boit House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. History meets contemporary living.