A sprawling stucco construction at 510 Randolph Ave. in Milton sized 8,159 is up for sale at a price of $1,850,000. It has 4 bedrooms and 7 baths. The house has a clay roof and is brimmed with ceramic, arches and Spanish imports. There are distinct fireplaces in half of the home’s 12 rooms.
In 1919, when the original owner a former Spanish Ambassador to the U.S. relocated to Milton for work, he decided to replicate his Madrid residence here in Massachusetts. The home is a mixture of the time gone by and its old culture. There are vibrant works of stained glass commissioned from Portugal. They appear throughout the house. According to the current owner, one of it features Don Quixote.
The bathroom is done in striking deep turquoise where the interior walls are all textured with horsehair plaster. The vanity is made of South American hardwood and the ceramic sink basin is from Spain. The updates done to the house do not seem out of lace and fit perfectly to its grand design done by the original owner. There is curved ceiling in the kitchen that has been outfitted with raised wooden panelling. It highlights the multiple skylights. The room sports a TurboChef double oven, Giant Island, and a Viking range.
The most notable addition of the mansion is the billiard room built in 2003. It is an entertainer’s paradise boasting of a full bar, pool table, and plenty of room for lounging and dancing. It is all enclosed by stained oak woodwork and red walls. There is a guest house, in-ground pool, and grass tennis court. There is a veranda with an outdoor kitchen adorned with hand-painted Spanish tiles repurposed from the original kitchen. The roof is red tiled and the beige stucco walls are crawling with lush ivy.