A custom-built home in the Newton section of Chestnut Hill sold for $6,045,000, making it this week’s priciest sale. But other area big deals should not be overlooked.
A Colonial in Wellesley sold for $4,100,000, while a brick Georgian Colonial in Brookline went for $3,200,000. If living near the beach is more your style, you can also peek at a Shingle Style estate in Gloucester that sold for $3,039,200.
Check them out:
Located just steps from the Chestnut Hill Reservoir and Boston College, this home with five bedrooms, five full baths, three half baths, and 7,292 square feet of living space sold for $6,045,000 on Wednesday. Inside, you’ll find lots of natural light, 10-foot ceilings, and the option for a first-floor master. The home, which was built in 2008, sits on a 0.88-acre parcel.
On Tuesday, this Colonial with five bedrooms, six full baths, two half baths, and 7,763 square feet of living space sold for $4,100,000. Located on a 0.71-acre lot in Cliff Estates, this home boasts a study with a fireplace and built-ins and a kitchen with high-end appliances, walk-in and butler’s pantries, and a breakfast room that leads to a bluestone terrace. All of the bedrooms have en-suite baths. The master offers a fireplace, two walk-in closets, and a marble bath with radiant heat. The lower level is finished, offering a wine cellar and exercise, family, and theater/media rooms.
This six-bedroom, 5.5-bath, 7,000-square-foot brick Georgian Colonial sold for $3,200,000 on Sept. 1. Enter into the home through a foyer that leads into the living and sun rooms. The kitchen, which has been expanded and updated, boasts stainless-steel appliances, white cabinetry, and a modern vibe. There is a large yard and patio, along with a three-car garage that includes a Tesla charging connection. The home is on 0.62 of an acre.
On Sept. 1, this Shingle Style estate with three bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 4,156 square feet of living space, and 4 acres of land sold for $3,039,200. The interior has a nautical vibe, playing off the water views from many of the rooms. The living room offers a cathedral ceiling, built-ins, and a fireplace with a granite surround. French doors off the dining room open to an oceanfront deck. The lower level offers a game room with a wet bar, a home theater, and two additional rooms. The first-floor master features a gas fireplace, a sitting area, and a deck. There is also a bonus room over the garage.
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