It is well known that the best places on the New England coast were snapped up hundreds of years ago, and rarely appear on the market. The even rarer properties are those generously donated to charitable organizations because of their importance and beauty. 9 & 11 Coolidge Point is a 15.1± acre compound with pond and ocean frontage, and dramatic views to the Boston skyline. A member of the Coolidge family gifted this property to Historic New England in 2016. It is being offered to the public for the first time, subject to restrictions designed to both protect the property and to ensure that it will be a comfortable home for generations to come. The 4-bedroom 4416 sf main house, evoking the Georgian design of the Wythe House in Williamsburg, is classic in style with high ceilings and big windows, and exceptionally well-built. The landscape is open with substantial waterfront on both Massachusetts bay, a tidal stream, and pond. The property is not subdividable.