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$6.8 million Seaport home tops our list of biggest sales

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Built in 2018, this Seaport home went for $6.8 million.
Built in 2018, this Seaport home went for $6.8 million. via Realtor.com

Boston was well represented in our weekly tally of the priciest sales, taking three of the four spots. A modern three-bedroom home in a Seaport District high-rise topped our list with a $6,800,000 price tag, followed by a Weston Colonial on 3-plus acres that sold for $5,400,000. A Beacon Hill penthouse and a Back Bay home overlooking the Public Garden finish out our list, selling for $5,300,000 and $4,575,000 respectively.

50 Liberty Drive, Unit 10B, Seaport District

This new three-bedroom, 3.5-bath home on an upper level of the 50 Liberty high-rise boasts views of the harbor and the city and an open floor plan, 10.5-foot-high ceilings, a wall of windows, and a terrace. The modern 2,788-square-foot unit sold on Wednesday for $6,800,000 and features hardwood floors and two master suites with marble baths. The property comes with two parking spots with charging stations, porter and 24-hour concierge services, conference room/lounge access, a fitness center, boat slips, and a storage room.

44 Young Road, Weston

Set on 3.1 acres, this 10,500-square-foot Colonial sold for $5,400,000 million on Friday, July 27. This home has six bedrooms, eight full baths, and three half baths. Interior highlights include cathedral ceilings, wood floors, granite counters, a wet bar, millwork, built-ins, a spa, a gym, wine cellar, media room, office, steam room, and cherry billiards room with a fireplace. Outside, there is a tennis court, an in-ground pool, a hot tub, a pool house, and a patio with a fireplace.

20 Beacon St., Beacon Hill

This penthouse boasts a roof deck with State House views. The 3,672-square-foot duplex sold for $5,300,000 on Wednesday. The building dates to 1899. The three-bedroom, three-bath unit comes with three exposures, two half baths, built-ins, three fireplaces, a wet bar, three garage rental spaces, and basement storage.

9 Commonwealth Ave., Apt. 2

Completely renovated in 2015, this second-floor home just steps from the Public Garden sold Tuesday for $4,575,000. The 2,067-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath unit boasts an open floor plan. The living and dining rooms and kitchen overlook the Commonwealth Avenue Mall. Other features include a five-piece marble bath in the master suite, a laundry room, built-ins, herringbone floors, pocket doors, and a parking space with a snow-melt system.

 

Correction: A previous version of this article stated an incorrect sale price for the colonial in Weston. Boston.com regrets the error.

 

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