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171 Marsh Street in Belmont, Massachusetts, is listed by Elizabeth O'Brien with Senne Living, and can be yours for $25,000 monthly or $1,500 each night for private parties.

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney's former home, just outside Boston next to Cambridge, is described in the listing as a welcoming, quintessential New England manor and home sitting on 2 1/2 rolling acres of privacy with over 7600 stately square feet inside.

It has a pool for those relaxing afternoons listening to the lapping water and birds chirp, while others hit the tennis court for a match or two. And wait until you see the inside of this sun-soaked home.  I attached a gallery below so we can walk through together.

The grounds are gorgeous with plenty of privacy, and the inside of the home is filled with classic, tasteful furniture for a comfortable 12-month stay or gathering. The architectural details throughout the home really stand out and just add to the beauty and peace I personally feel while looking at photos of this Airbnb.

There are three floors that include a library, second kitchen for prep, staff, or the caterers, as well as a Barre studio with plenty of space for other fitness regimes or children's parties.  There's a 3-car garage, 6 bedrooms, 6 1/2 bathrooms, souring ceilings, windows everywhere, spa-like bathrooms, and two laundry areas.

As the listing indicates, this former Massachusetts Governor's family home is available to rent at $25,000 monthly for 12 months, or you can book it for $1,500 nightly for private events.

Let's take a brief tour.

Let's Tour Mitt Romney's Boston Area Home on Airbnb for $25,000 a Month

171 Marsh Street, Belmont, Massachusetts is listed by Elizabeth O'Brien with Senne Living

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