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At $3.8 million, Back Bay home tops our list of the priciest sales

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This unit is inside the Abbott, a complete restoration and modernization of an 1872  brownstone.
This unit is inside the Abbott, a complete restoration and modernization of an 1872 brownstone. via Realtor.com

A three-bedroom Back Bay town house that sold for $3,825,000 came in No. 1 on our weekly tally of the priciest sales. A Seaport District unit offering one bedroom, floor-to-ceiling windows, and harbor views followed, selling for $2,350,000. A West Newton house with a mahogany library and a Weston Colonial with five bedrooms, six full baths, and two half baths rounded out our list, going for $2,320,000 and $2,300,000, respectively. Check them out:

11 Exeter St., Unit 3, Back Bay

This renovated unit inside The Abbott boasts three bedrooms and 2.5 baths, including a master suite with three custom closets. The living room features built-ins and a gas fireplace. Not to be outdone, the kitchen offers quartz counters with waterfall edges, an island, and high-end appliances. Additional amenities include an in-unit laundry setup and parking. The 2,475-square-foot residence sold for $3,825,000 on Tuesday, according to listing agent Mary Conner, who represented the home along with Julie Harrison and Arianna Brown of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty.

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50 Liberty Drive, Unit 4D, Seaport District

This high-rise home sold on Tuesday for $2,350,000, according to the listing firm, Douglas Elliman Real Estate. Offering 1,327 square feet of living space, this one-bedroom unit boasts two baths, hardwood flooring, harbor views through floor-to-ceiling windows, and a balcony. The bedroom has dual closets and an en-suite bath with two sinks and a walk-in shower. An additional room could be used as an office or a guest room. The high-end kitchen features white-gloss cabinetry, high-end appliances, marble counters, and a breakfast bar. The unit is located inside 50 Liberty, which offers amenities such as an owner’s lounge and a health club, as well as two garage parking spots for a monthly fee of $117.75 per space.

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396 Chestnut St., Newton

Built in 2015, this West Newton home sold Tuesday for $2,320,000, according to Realtor.com. The 6,639-square-foot residence offers hardwood floors; two fireplaces; a kitchen with an island, butler’s pantry, and top-of-the-line appliances, including a second dishwasher; and a library with mahogany built-ins and coffered ceilings. Sliding doors open to a bluestone patio on the 0.36-acre property. The second-floor houses five bedrooms, including a master with dual walk-in closets and an en-suite bath with a walk-in steam shower, double vanity, heated floors, and a jetted tub. The home has a total of 5.5 baths, as well as a media room and a two-car heated garage. The listing firm was Sotheby’s International Realty.

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81 Montvale Road, Weston

This Colonial on 1.48 acres offers more than 5,200 square feet of living space, with five bedrooms, six full baths, and two half baths. Highlights include an eat-in kitchen, three fireplaces, a library, a finished basement with a media room, and a three-car garage. This residence sold for $2,300,000 on Monday, according to Peter Casey of The Caseys, the listing team from Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty.

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