In Brookline, MA, a stately $28M mansion has a storied past, an Olympic-sized pool, and a 60-foot art gallery tunnel

by Georgie Mihaila

Minutes from Boston,

in the coveted Country Club section of Brookline, Massachusetts, a remarkable architectural gem has landed on the market with a hefty price tag.

The sprawling Grand Georgian Revival Estate

set at 333 Lee Street, priced at a whopping $28 million, is a testament to exquisite craftsmanship and a historic legacy that stretches back to its designer, William Truman Aldrich.

Designed by the esteemed architect William Truman Aldrich (who was also the brother-in-law of John D. Rockefeller) the property bears the hallmark of Aldrich’s training at MIT and École Des Beaux Arts in Paris

The main residence spans a staggering 16,233 square feet across 23 rooms, featuring 10 bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms, 3 half bathrooms, and a total of 9 fireplaces. Here are the highlights:

As you step into the grand foyer, you’re greeted by quarter-sawn oak parquetry floors with a starburst motif.


Sunlight bathes the living room, where French boiserie-style paneling and intricate crown molding steal the show.


The kitchen showcases a custom-designed Molteni stove imported from France, typically found in the world’s finest restaurants, and Sub-Zero refrigerators.


Descend to the lower level, where a recreation room, meditation room, gym, office, wine cellar, and full bath with a sauna await. 


From the meditation room, a sixty-foot underground art gallery passageway leads to the pool pavilion.


Spanning 6,839 square feet, the pool pavilion offers an unexpected surprise — an indoor Olympic-length pool, complete with a gourmet kitchen, dining area, hot tub, steam room, and sauna for eight. 


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Photo credit: Jack Vatcher courtesy of Coldwell Banker Realty