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If you are looking for solitude in an expansive complex and really like to entertain, look no further. Estate Jangler Lug is for sale in Leverett, Mass., for $23 million. by Douglas Elliman Johnny Hatham Jr presents a list.

The property was once owned by Michael Kittredge II, the late founder of the Yankee Candle Co grew from a modest three-bedroom colonial into an estate which contains more than 60 acres and eight structures offering more than 120,000 square feet of interior space – much of it dedicated to entertaining.

There is a main house, two car sheds, two guest houses, a clubhouse, a cabana with a pool and a spa. Known as Juggler Meadow, the property offers winding paths that connect the structures through beautiful parkland with mature landscaping, fountains, pergolas, waterfalls and incredible opportunities for outdoor living and entertaining.

The main house measures 25,000 square feet and boasts five bedrooms, six bathrooms, five half baths and 11 fireplaces on multiple levels. The great room has an atrium-like ceiling and a second-floor balcony, while a spacious circular office offers panoramic views of the grounds. The well-appointed gourmet kitchen includes five islands, granite countertops, seven sinks and commercial grade appliances. The dishwasher can even run a cycle in just 60 seconds, making entertaining a breeze. The finished lower level features a commercial-grade kitchen, two wine cellars, two dining rooms and a 10-seat theater.

The complex also has a nine-hole golf course, three outdoor tennis courts, one indoor tennis court, two climate-controlled car bars (Kittredge was a collector) and a clubhouse with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a full kitchen. The plunge T-shaped pool is complemented by a spacious deck and a cabin with a kitchen. The 55,000 square foot spa offers a relaxing retreat. For the fun-loving, there’s a three-lane bowling alley, billiards, basketball court, indoor water park, and a two-story arcade with pinball machines, slot machines, and skee-ball.

There is even a concert stage with sound and lighting systems that has hosted bands such as Hall & Oates, The Doobie Brothers, KC and the Sunshine Band and others who have played at private events.

Juggler Meadow is 30 miles from Springfield, 60 miles from Worcester and 100 miles from Boston.

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