White Rail Farm sells for $1.8M in biggest-ever home sale in Scituate

WHITE RAIL FARM at 512 Seven Mile Road in Scituate recently sold for $1.8 million, making it the most expensive residential property sale to take place in the town's history. / COURTESY MOTT & CHACE SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY

SCITUATE – A 4,000-square-foot home with 2 acres of land recently sold for $1.8 million, making it the biggest-ever residential property sale in the history of the town, according to Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty, which represented the seller.

The property at 512 Seven Mile Road is known as White Rail Farm, and it is a custom-built colonial home constructed in 2006 on a property surrounded by 65 acres of conservation land. The house contains four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and one half-bathroom.

The sale price surpassed the previous record-holding transaction that took place in August 2021, with the sale of a mansion also surrounded by conservation land at 23 Overlook Trail for $1.45 million.

The buyer in the Seven Mile Road transaction was represented by Residential Properties Ltd.

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The White Rail Farm home includes luxury features such as imported Italian kitchen cabinets and radiant heat floors, the real estate firms said. The sprawling white-painted, two-story home also features cathedral ceilings, a 1,500-square-foot garage, a 350-square-foot enclosed porch and a 580-square-foot open porch, according to property records.

The property also contains a four-stall barn, with custom-designed fronts, the real estate firms said.

The home and the land it was built on were most recently valued by Scituate assessors in fiscal year 2022 to be worth $812,500, according to the town’s online property tax assessment database.

The home was sold by Angeli Realty LLC, a limited liability company based in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and it was bought by Eleanor Gracyalny and Paul Gracyalny, of Palm Coast, Fla., according to a copy of the warranty deed, a public record documenting the transaction.

Marc Larocque is a PBN contributing writer.

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