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A $15.1 million Cambridge home tops our priciest-sales tally

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The home was built in 1847.
This Greek Revival home in Cambridge was the top seller in our weekly tally. via realtor.com

A Greek Revival home in Cambridge landed the No. 1 spot on our weekly tally of the priciest sales, selling for $15,100,000. A Wellesley Colonial that sold for $4,800,000 scored the second slot, followed by a Concord home on more than 21 acres that went for $4,787,500. A South End town house with a $3,875,000 price tag finished out our list.

12 Lakeview Ave., Cambridge

This Greek Revival-style home, built circa 1847 on 0.69 of an acre, sold Wednesday for $15,100,000, according to the listing firm, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. The property, which includes a carriage house, offers six bedrooms with en-suite baths, a seventh full bath, two half baths, and 9,341 square feet of living space. It boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, six fireplaces, a home theater, a library, a game room with a cathedral ceiling, and a music room. The carriage house has a rock climbing wall and a two-car garage.

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119 Woodlawn Ave., Wellesley

Sitting on 1.41 acres, this custom stone and Shingle-style Colonial sold for $4,800,000 on Friday, Oct. 26, according to the listing firm, Benoit Mizner Simon & Co. The home offers five bedrooms, five full baths, and two half baths in 7,047 square feet of living space. The master suite offers a marble bath with a soaking tub and a heated towel rack, walk-in closets, custom built-ins, and a deck with a stone fireplace. Other highlights include a kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, a breakfast room, a screen porch, a family room with a stone fireplace, two offices, a media room, bluestone patios, a pergola, and a screened porch overlooking the grounds.

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360-356 Great Meadows Road, Concord

This residence, located on 9.39 acres at the end of a private drive, offers six bedrooms, five full baths, and one half bath, and it sold Tuesday for $4,787,500, according to the listing firm, Barrett Sotheby’s International Realty. The property came with a 12-acre riverside lot. The 10,891-square-foot home was built in 1968 and features a 14,000-bottle wine cellar, an office with walls of glass, two fireplaces, living and dining rooms that open to a 60-foot terrace, a heated pool, a heated garage, and a pool house.

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180 West Canton St., South End

This elegant Victorian town house across from James Hayes Park sold Wednesday for $3,875,000, according to the listing firm, Sprogis & Neale Real Estate. Set on a roughly 0.05-acre lot, the property offers four bedrooms, three full baths, and two half baths in 4,051 square feet. Highlights include intricate plaster crown moldings and medallions, wood door and window casings, and carved-marble mantels. There’s an office off the master suite and a suite of rooms at street level for guests, and the top-floor family room boasts unobstructed views of downtown Boston.

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