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204 Ocean Ave. in Marblehead sold for $5,800,000.
204 Ocean Ave. in Marblehead sold for $5,800,000. via MLS

A Marblehead mansion — once the set of the 2013 movie “Grown Ups 2” — sold for $5,800,000 this week, but was still beat out by a new Back Bay penthouse. The Beacon Street town house sold for $5,950,000.

Two three-bedroom Millennium Tower condos also sold — for $5,450,000 and $5,300,000.

Check them out:

474 Beacon St., Unit 3, Back Bay

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This new penthouse duplex with three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and 2,680 square feet of living space sold for $5,950,000 on April 28. Along with Charles River views, the home boasts a first-floor master suite. A glass stairwell leads to the kitchen and great room upstairs, where there is a balcony. There is also direct access to a tandem parking garage.

204 Ocean Ave., Marblehead

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. —via MLS

This Gambrel with seven bedrooms, seven full baths, and two half baths in 7,199 square feet, sold for $5,800,000 Monday. The home, once the set of “Grown Ups 2” starring Adam Sandler, was renovated in 2005. The home retains its early 20th-century historic detail, but it now has a modern, open kitchen, a family room with a fireplace and a boat hull wet bar, and a home theater. The 1.19-acre property also features an in-ground pool, a hot tub, a wraparound porch, and a cabana. The three-car garage has a heated rec room above it and a workshop.

1 Franklin St., Unit 4903, Downtown Crossing

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Located on the Millennium Tower’s 49th floor, this three-bedroom, 4.5-bath, 2,773-square-foot condo sold for $5,450,000 on April 28. Though the floor-to-ceiling windows, there are views of Back Bay, the Charles River, the Common, and even the harbor.

1 Franklin St., Unit 4803, Downtown Crossing, Boston

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On Monday, this 48th-floor Millennium Tower unit with three bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and 2,773 square feet of living space sold for $5,300,000. Along with city views and upscale finishes, the owner will also have access to building amenities, such as 24-hour concierge, a screening room, library, function room, lap pool, and a terrace.

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