The big home sales this week took place in Boston and in the suburbs directly outside it.
A large town house in Back Bay went for $4.5 million-plus, while a single-family in Brookline sold for slightly below that at $4,200,000.
Continuing the multimillion dollar sales, a renovated Victorian in Newton sold for $3,500,000 and massive Brookline contemporary went for $3,161,000.
Check them out.
This four-bedroom, four-bath, two-half bath, 4,833-square-foot town house in Back Bay sold for $4,592,500 on Tuesday. The renovated home has plenty of historic charm still — such as marble floors, period fireplaces, and millwork — all mixed with modern amenities. The master suite takes up an entire floor, and there’s also a private patio and two deeded parking spaces.
On Wednesday, this stucco country home built in 1907 on 1.71 acres sold for $4,200,000. Featuring seven bedrooms, 5.5 baths, and 6,479 square feet of living space, this home was gutted and renovated from 2006 to 2008. The kitchen updates include a large center island, stainless-steel appliances, and granite countertops. The master suite offers a fireplace, and the finished lower level has a media room, office, tiled mudroom with access to the yard, and more.
This restored and renovated Victorian with seven bedrooms, 8.5 baths, and 8,025 square feet of living space sold for $3,500,000 on Wednesday. While it still retains some historic details, the home is mostly chic and modern. It features a grand parlor with a fireplace and a dining room with a butler’s pantry and floor-to-ceiling cabinetry. The lower level has a media room/playroom, while outside there’s a grassy yard with a stone fire pit on the 0.57-acre lot .
On Wednesday, this contemporary Brookline home on 0.64-acre lot sold for $3,161,000. The house offers five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and 7,019 square feet of living space, Along with a sleek, modern vibe, it also boasts a media room, sauna, massage room, gym, indoor lap pool and hot tub, and a sound system with smart-home capabilities.
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