Cohasset, a coastal town in southern Massachusetts, is the quintessential New England community. It is renowned for its rugged Atlantic coastline, historic Colonial homes, picturesque Common and Village Center, and fabulous views of Minot Lighthouse and the Boston skyline. The Town is about 20 miles southeast of Boston and commuting is convenient by car, bus, ferry, or the new commuter train. Red Oaks is a magnificent private 7.9± acre waterfront estate positioned on a forty foot high granite outcropping with expansive views of Little Harbor in Cohasset. It features a Robert A. M. Stern completely renovated residence, dock, carriage house, infinity edge pool, specimen landscaping, and a private island. Originally built c1906 for a prominent Boston family, the house was magnificently renovated between 1992 and 1996 and has been transformed into a spectacular Colonial Revival manor house merging old world style and grace with state-of-the-art amenities. The landscaped grounds are distinguished by a variety of mature specimen trees and flowering shrubs, natural rock outcroppings, woodlands, gardens with stone and white painted mahogany balustrades, in a park like setting. This is truly one of the most distinctive waterfront properties on the South Coast.