This week, a diverse group of homes sold for top dollar — and all for $3,000,000-plus. The biggest sales took place in Concord, Weston, Boston, and Brookline.
Check them out:
On Monday, this seven-bedroom, nine-bath, 9,201-square-foot estate sold for $3,800,000. Set on 5.12 acres, the property offers ponds, a waterfall, a garden, a heated pool, a hot tub, and a clay tennis court. Inside the home, you’ll find soaring ceilings, marble details, hardwood floors, intricate molding, a two-story living room, a billiard room, a gym, and a home theater with a pub and a wine cellar. There is also a one-bedroom carriage house with a six-car garage.
This Shingle-style estate with six bedrooms, seven full baths, two half baths, and 8,167 square feet of living space sold for $3,650,000 on Monday. The home features an open floor plan, which provides space for entertaining. You’ll also find a cherry-paneled library, a two-story living room with built-ins and a gas fireplace, a family room with a stone fireplace and a wet bar, French doors to a stone patio, and a walk-out lower level that boasts game, media, and exercise rooms. The home sits on a 4.18-acre lot.
On Monday, this eight-bedroom, 6.5-bath, 7,000-square-foot home sold for $3,400,000. Built circa 1860, this Victorian-era home with a mansard roof sits on a 1.05-acre lot. Inside, you’ll find period detail, an octagonal family room with southern exposure, and a renovated kitchen with an island. Outside, there is a large deck, mature landscaping, and a swimming pool.
This new 2,339-square-foot penthouse, located in a two-unit corner building, sold for $3,000,000 on Friday, April 27. It offers an open-concept living space with windows on three sides, a skylight over the staircase, three bedrooms, and 2.5 baths, including a marble master bath with a steam shower . The kitchen features an island, quartz counters, and stainless-steel appliances. The condo also comes with a private roof deck and two parking spaces.
On Friday, April 27, this 6,667-square-foot home with seven bedrooms, five full baths, and two half baths sold for $3,000,000. Enter the home through a foyer with stained-glass and a staircase. From the library, you can access the mudroom, which has radiant-heat flooring and leads out to a 60-foot stone terrace. The eat-in kitchen has herringbone hardwood floors and a leaded-glass bow window with bench seating. There is also a rooftop garden patio off the master bedroom. The home sits on a 0.64-acre lot.
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