A Wayland single-family home with an artist’s studio

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Relax in the Zen garden after completing your last masterpiece.


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17 Hazelbrook Lane, Wayland
Price: $ 1,299,000
Cut: 3,263 square feet
Bedrooms: 3
Thermal baths: 2.5

If the multiple offers based solely on the listing photos that the seller’s agent has received since this Wayland single-family family entered the market are any indication, let alone the over sixty showroom requests, people are looking for a serene escape right now. As the current home of a working artist, artistic touches abound here, from reclaimed wood to architecture that invites the outdoors at every opportunity.

You’ll find this three bedroom, two and a half bath home at the end of a dirt road and nestled right next to a chattering stream that fills the air with the hum of water. The five-acre setting is the kind of natural Berkshire escape that’s sure to inspire. No wonder the current owner has transformed what was once an adjoining horse barn into her studio, with red acrylic rainscreen siding, a translucent roof to flood the space with light, and a wall of folding doors that extend into her studio. open onto a Zen garden. Beams salvaged from the barn adorn the ceilings and one wall, while the radiant heat of the polished concrete floor keeps toes warm. A library ladder leads to a loft space that has a surprising touch of art history: the structural tie rods were made by the same manufacturer who worked on the pyramid structures of the Louvre in Paris.

Inside the open plan main house, the first level spaces blend into each other, with a crisp palette and plenty of glass doors that lead outside. Hardwood floors are a work of art, from the bright living room with its fireplace and clapboard wall to the kitchen. Bursting with clean lines, the kitchen is a modern and minimalist masterpiece, with walnut counters, quartzite counters, and beautiful beech cabinetry. The dining room has a bench built into a glazed alcove for meals surrounded by natural views.

Other spaces include the second-floor master suite, where you can retreat after creating great works of art and remove your paint-splattered clothes in the walk-in closet. A recent renovation offers a place for outdoor pampering: a first floor bathroom with its vanity counter and fallen redwood shelf has a sliding door that leads directly to the Zen garden. There you can relax in the tub or rinse off in the outdoor shower while enjoying the beauty of nature around you.

For more information contact Tori MacDowell, Advisors Living, advisorsliving.com

Photo by Drone Home Media

Photo by Drone Home Media

Photo by Drone Home Media

Photo by Drone Home Media

Photo by Drone Home Media

Photo by Drone Home Media

Photo by Drone Home Media

Photo by Drone Home Media

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