The big sales in the Greater Boston area this week were all in the $2 million range, but the homes span quite a range of shape, space, and style.
A new construction Shingle-style Colonial home in Lexington sold for $2,450,000, while a stone-and-shingle home in Winchester on an acre of land sold for $2,430,000. Two homes in Boston’s South End sold at this price point, too: A row house built in the 1800s and a renovated Federal-style townhouse.
Check them out.
On May 5, this six-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom, 5,885-square-foot home on 0.32 acres of land sold for $2,450,000. The newly constructed home, which is steps from Lexington Center, features an open floor plan along with an eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, center island, grey subway tile, and a walk-in pantry. There is also a large mudroom with plenty of space for storage.
Set on 0.9 acres of land, this five-bedroom, three-bathroom, 4,477-square-foot stone-and-shingle home sold for $2,430,000 on Wednesday. Along with its open floor plan, the home boasts walls of windows, which stream in lots of natural light. Outside, you’ll notice handcrafted stonework, archways, plenty of grass, and plantings.
On May 5, this five-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, three-story, 3,800-square-foot South End home sold for $2,400,000. The home, which sold as is, has high ceilings and boasts views of the city. The property also features direct access parking and a yard.
This two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, Federal-style townhouse is located on the South End/Back Bay border. It’s sold for $2,232,500 on May 5. The home, which spans four stories, has been completely renovated and boasts an open loft-style layout. Outside, there’s a roof deck with 360-degree views, a deck off the kitchen, and a garden with a potting shed.