Georgian architecture in the Boston area made its mark this week: The priciest home sales included a brick Georgian in Newton, a Georgian Revival in Brookline, and a Georgian Colonial in Weston. A new condo in the South End also sold for top dollar.
Check them out:
This brick Georgian with six bedrooms, five full baths, and two half baths is set on a 1.03 acre lot and sold for $3,825,000 on Monday. The 5,940-square-foot home combines architectural detail with modern updates, such as a large open kitchen. Outside, there is a bluestone and brick front walkway, a slate and copper roof, a two-car attached garage, and an attached one-car garage.
On Monday, this three-bedroom, 3.5-bath, 2,439-square-foot triplex sold for $2,950,000. Newly constructed, this home offers top-of-the-line appliances, an island, and white cabinetry in the kitchen, all of which opens up to a living area with curved-sash windows. The unit also comes with a private patio and deeded parking.
This brick Georgian Revival with five bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and 4,601 square feet of living space sold for $2,900,000 on Wednesday. Inside, you’ll find a living room fireplace with a wood-and-marble mantel, a sitting room, and a dining room. The kitchen offers high-end appliances, including a six-burner gas stove, and wine storage. There is also a game room, a media room, and a 1,200-bottle wine cellar. The home sits on a 0.25-acre lot.
This Georgian Colonial with six bedrooms, 6.5 baths, and 7,300 square feet of living space sold for $2,425,000 on Wednesday. The home, built in 1785, has been completely renovated. The owners added on a large, vaulted room using reclaimed materials and a handcrafted iron and wood floating staircase. Outside, you’ll find specimen trees, ornate perennial gardens, multiple patios, fountains, and a heated pool. The home, known as the Artemas Ward Jr. House, sits on a 1.52-acre lot.
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