Four single-family homes made up our weekly biggest sales tally, from a Victorian-style property in Brookline that went for $2,400,000 to a residence on Belmont Hill that sold for $5,500,000.
Check them out:
This 7,074-square-foot home, which had not been on the market for more than 20 years, sold for $5,500,000 on Friday, May 4. Sitting on 4.1 acres, the house is surrounded by conservation land. With six bedrooms, six full baths, and two half baths, the home features large windows, high ceilings, a custom staircase at the entrance, and a master wing complete with a deck and wardrobe room.
Despite not being built yet, this 8,752-square-foot Shingle-style home with six bedrooms, five full baths, and two half baths sold on Monday for $4,000,000. The home will have four porches from which to enjoy the 1.06-acre property. The new owners will be able to customize the home with the builders.
This 7,941-square-foot riverfront estate in Dover with five bedrooms, five full baths, and three half baths sold for $2,650,000 on Friday, May 4. It boasts an open floor plan with a coffered ceiling in the family room, a dining room with a butler’s pantry, a walk-up attic, and a marble master bath.
Situated in Brookline’s Pill Hill neighborhood, this Shingle-style home sold for $2,400,000 on Friday, May 4. The home, which has six bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and 4,827 square feet of living space, features three fireplaces, multi-pane windows, period molding, and high ceilings. Other highlights include a wood-paneled family room and exposed brick in the eat-in kitchen.
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