Beacon Hill home sold “as is” for $4 million is the priciest sale

Buying Luxury Beacon Hill Boston Concord Hingham Winchester
This home comes with a private garden and courtyard.
This Beacon Hill home, the priciest property on our list, features exposed brick. via

A Beacon Hill property with a guest house led our tally of priciest sales this week, selling for $4,000,000. Homes outside the city also made the list: a Colonial in Winchester, a new house in Hingham, and a historic property in Concord — all going for $2.4 million and up.

20 Chestnut St Unit 1, Beacon Hill

This two-level 3,119-square-foot home in a Beacon Hill town house blends classic and rustic details and was sold “as is” on Wednesday for $4,000,000. The four-bedroom, 4.5-bath home boasts marble fireplaces, original architectural details, and a Juliet balcony overlooking the private garden and courtyard. Wide-plank flooring, a whitewashed beamed ceiling, tinted-concrete counters, and exposed brick characterize the open kitchen and dining area, which also holds a pantry and wine closet. The property also features a separate guest house and garage parking.

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10 Ledgewood Road, Winchester

Set on nearly an acre, this six-bedroom Colonial has 10-foot ceilings, double crown molding, and three fireplaces. The 7,542-square-foot home, which offers easy access to Middlesex Fells Reservation, sold Monday for $2,745,000. The kitchen has custom cabinets, white quartz counters, a breakfast bar, and an island with seating. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the breakfast room look out over the backyard, which has a patio, mahogany deck, and gunite pool.  The property also features four full baths, three half baths, a three-car garage, a sports room with padded walls, a game room, a gym, and a home theater.

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392 Main St., Hingham

This 6,993-square-foot home on 1.3 acres in Hingham Center was renovated extensively and expanded in 2015, but still boasts some of its original details. The five-bedroom, six-bath Italianate Victorian sold Wednesday for $2,576,250. It offers an open floor plan with millwork. The kitchen — which has high-end appliances, double islands, and a butler’s pantry — is open to a family room complete with a coffered ceiling and built-ins. The master suite boasts a steam shower and floors with radiant heat. Other highlights of the home include dining and breakfast rooms, two mudrooms, a deck, a porch, and a patio, as well as an office with an attached bath that could be used as a guest suite.

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98 Monument St., Concord

Built circa 1826, this was the home of Francis R. Gourgas, the owner and editor of the conservative anti-Freemason newspaper the Concord Freeman, according to the Concord Free Public Library’s Gourgas family papers.  Just steps from Minute Man National Historical Park and North Bridge, this historic Concord home sold for $2,405,000 on Monday. At 6,192 square feet, the home offers seven bedrooms, 5.5 baths, an 1850 library wing, a Greek Revival entry hall, Indian shutters, two mudrooms, family and recreation rooms, living and dining rooms, wainscot, seven fireplaces, and a garage. The 1.1-acre property has blue stone patios, period fencing, and a two-bedroom guest house. 

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