Former Boston Symphony Orchestra Music Director Sells Newton House For $5M

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Seiji Ozawa, the longest-serving music director in Boston Symphony Orchestra history, has sold his Newton home for $5 million.

Ozawa, and his wife Vera, sold the 2,028-square-foot, contemporary style home at 33 Crestwood Road to Jennafer Inker late last month. The Ozawas purchased the three-bedroom, three-bathroom home with three fireplaces in 1999, according to data from The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman.

The home at 33 Crestwood Road and two parcels of nearby land owned by the Ozawas was last assessed in fiscal 2010 for a total of about $4 million. 

He served as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for 29 seasons (1973-2002) - the longest-serving music director in the orchestra's history. Ozawa has performed and worked all over the world, but has several local connections including receiving honorary degrees from Harvard University, the University of Massachusetts, Wheaton College and the New England Conservatory of Music.


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