About This 1901 Historic Italian Villa In Sudbury Massachusetts
Historic Italian Villa sited on 9.5 acres on one of the most desirable roads in Sudbury. The house is made of stone and concrete mimicking light pink stucco with a slate roof. It contains 11 rooms, 6 bedrooms, 3 full and 2 half baths. Features include extensive wood paneling and beams, random-width pine floors, brick floors, and black and white marble floor tiles. There is also a two-story conservatory/greenhouse and a wide stone terrace.
This remarkable property abuts conservation trails and is near the Sudbury River. The gardens are enchanting with hedged enclosures, stone benches, grape arbors with a fountain, walls, and walkways. The entrance is guarded by two stone lions imported from Europe and there is a stone bridge across a small perennial stream. Accessory buildings include a detached two-car garage, a wood-frame stable, and a wood-frame shed. The house needs a major update and there is potential for limited development.