Two massive single-family homes in Newton — one with 6,200 square feet and the other with 7,500 square feet — sold for $3,499,000 and $2,650,000, respectively.
But neither of these homes could beat out a 12,291-square-foot home set on 12.01 acres in Lincoln, which sold for $4,000,000. Last, but not least, a Greek Revival townhouse in Beacon Hill sold for $2,575,000.
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On Tuesday, this six-bedroom, four-bath, three-half bath, 12,291-square-foot home sold for $4,000,000. Set on a 12.01-acre lot, you’ll find butterfly gardens, a three-stall barn, a dressage ring, a carriage house, an in-ground pool, and horse trails. Inside the home, there is a kitchen with high-end cabinetry and appliances, along with a large center island. The master suite has a large bath and a balcony with views.
A newly constructed contemporary on a cul-de-sac in Newton, this six-bedroom, 5.5-bath, 6,200-square-foot home sold for $3,499,000 on Tuesday. The home offers wrap-around windows, six-foot ceilings, and modern details. Other amenities include a first-floor master bedroom option and a three-car heated garage. It is set on a 0.43-acre lot.
On Tuesday, this six-bedroom, seven-bath, 7,500-square-foot home set on a 0.46-acre lot sold for $2,650,000. The kitchen offers quartz stone countertops, double dishwashers, multiple wine coolers, a wet bar, multiple sinks, and an eat-in area, all of which opens to the family room. On the lower level, you’ll find an exercise room, a play room, a media room, and a guest suite area. The backyard features a fire pit, a grill, a large patio, and landscaping.
This Greek Revival townhouse with four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and 2,771 square feet across five floors of living space sold for $2,575,000 on Tuesday. The home has been completely renovated while keeping its original fireplaces, curved staircase, and crown molding. The kitchen offers granite countertops, high-end appliances, and custom cabinetry, all of which overlooks the private patio. There is also a roof deck and garage parking available for purchase.
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