See Inside Yankee Candle Founder’s Luxurious Leverett Homes
If there was ever a sign that candles can be a lucrative business, its these two mind-blowing properties of Yankee Candle founder Michael Kittredge. Both of these former family homes are on the market right now and both will make your jaw drop when you look inside.
Tucked away in Leverett, Massachusetts, the former Kittredge family compound was custom-built decades ago and features every amenity you can think of (and then some).
Both homes have recently hit the market, three years after Kittredge passed away at 67. His three children presumably own the property now and though I couldn't imagine parting with these places, they have decided to do just that.
Yankee Candle Kittredge Estate
The largest of the two homes is a 60-acre, 120,000-square-foot estate that features a main house, several guest houses, a 50,000-square-foot spa and even an indoor water park.
Located at 113 Juggler Meadow and listed by Johnny Hatem Jr of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the house could easily be sold as a theme park it features so many cool things. Any child would be thrilled to spend a day here and most adults would have an amazing time, too.
Yankee Candle Rustic Retreat
But if all that fun and excitement becomes too overwhelming, there's a Kittredge home for that, too.
A quarter-mile from the main home is the Kittredge family rustic retreat. This smaller home is only 10,000 square feet on 10 acres of land. The place screams woodsy and comes completely furnished.
Both houses are stunning to see and you can keep scrolling to take a peak inside them both.