After 18 years of living in the Boston suburb of Medfield and raising their kids, Curt Schilling and his wife, Shonda, have listed their 6,500 sq. ft. house featuring five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. “It’s time for our next adventure in Tennessee,” Shonda announced Thursday on Facebook. Shonda notes that the last Schilling kid to graduate high school gets his diploma in three weeks, and that will be the finish line for Curt and Shonda.
The house and its very mature landscaping is all yours for $1,899,000. That price includes the patio spa pool that seems to be just enough water to cool off on those 3 or 4 very hot Boston summer days and then use as a massive spa the rest of the year.
From Curt’s realtor Kandi Pitrus with Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Commonwealth Real Estate:
Exquisite Woodcliff Estates home located on expansive one+ acre lot in cul de sac. Hardwood floors and high-end millwork and finishes showcased throughout. First floor has: gourmet eat-in kitchen with many upgrades: professional appliances – double oven, 6-burner gas range, 2 dishwashers – white cabinetry, granite counters, and spacious dining area. Adjacent: fireplaced family room with built-ins.
Also on this level: 2 staircases, mudroom with radiant heat and built-ins, 2 half baths, fireplaced office, living room, dining room and sunroom. Master suite has fireplace, walk-in closet with island, and marble spa-like bath with radiant heat, double vanity, soaking tub, tiled shower and private commode. 4 additional bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and laundry. Lower level has office, playroom, half bath/laundry room, gym, media room, and workshop.
Fenced-in backyard has a deck, blue stone patio with built-in gas barbecue, fire pit, multiple stone walls, and spa pool. Abuts conservation land.
Now for the most important information associated with this estate:
• 20.4 miles to Fenway Park
• 11.1 miles to Gillette Stadium
• 1.6 miles to Starbucks
• 8.6 miles to Whole Foods
Mortgage: $9,000 or so before you pay someone to take care of the grounds. No way you’re keeping up with the work with all these bushes, Japanese maples and the lush grass.
via Realtor.com / Kandi Pitrus with Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Commonwealth Real Estate