Explore the Timeless Splendor of Bedford’s Historic Stone Mansion

Photos courtesy of Corcoran Legends Realty and Courtesy of Modern Angles

Uncover the charms of 44 Broad Brook Road, a stately six-bedroom estate in Bedford designed by renowned architect Walter Cook in 1915.

Location: 44 Broad Brook Road, Bedford
Asking price:
$10.5 million
Specs:
6 beds, 5 baths, 3 half baths

This majestic Bedford estate is on the market for $10.5 million. The stone mansion was designed in 1915 by the architect Walter Cook, best known for his work on the Andrew Carnegie Mansion in New York City. His Westchester design stands as a symbol of timeless luxury with six beds and eight baths. In addition, the property boasts a charming cottage and an outstandingly manicured pool area.

House

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pool

At first glance, this residence radiates elegance. Adorned with graceful archways and sophisticated staircase molding, this colonial-style home seems to have it all. The hardwood floors seamlessly stretch throughout the house, connecting the living room to the kitchen.

entrance

living room

kitchen

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Right off the kitchen, you’ll find a captivating sunroom which looks out into the backyard. The estate spans across 19.9 acres of land and features a three-bedroom, two-bathroom guest cottage equipped with a kitchen, living and dining room, and convenient laundry room.

sunroom

cottage

Outdoors lies the 72×28-foot pool, enveloped by carefully designed landscaping that creates a serene vibe and plenty of space for relaxation. Next to the pool you’ll find a pool house which boasts a bathroom and kitchenette. Plus, there’s a pergola which offers even more seating areas and an ideal spot for relaxing with a good book or cocktail.

stone mansion pool

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Don’t miss the opportunity to make this historic gem your own. With elegance and grandeur in abundance, this stone mansion won’t be on the market for long.

stone mansion porch

stone mansion bathroom

Listing agent: Cynthia B. Mas of Corcoran Legend Realty

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