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The 12-room house sold for $4.8 million.
This 12-room house in Cambridge sold for $4,800,000. via Realtor.com

A Cambridge Victorian took the No. 1 spot on our weekly tally of priciest sales, going for $4,800,000 on Wednesday. The six-bedroom home was followed by a Gloucester property on about 36 acres with a price tag of $3,350,000. A Newton home and a Millennium Place residence round out our list, selling for $3,116,000 and  $2,850,000, respectively. Check them out:

12 Kirkland Place, Cambridge

Set on 0.31 of an acre about a 10-minute walk from Harvard Square, this Victorian boasts elegant architectural details, such as deep crown molding, three fireplaces, a slate roof, and a family room with skylights and French doors to a deck. Offering six bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and a two-car garage, this 5,431-square foot-home sold Wednesday for $4,800,000, according to the listing firm, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

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293 Concord St., Gloucester

Known as “Yellow House Farm” and built on roughly 36 acres, this property sold for $3,350,000 on Friday, Dec. 7, according to the listing broker, Lanse Robb, regional manager of LandVest Inc. The 3,225-square-foot main house, built circa 1800, has five bedrooms and three full baths. Updates include several new windows and an open kitchen and living area. The five-bay barn, built in the 1790s, has a two-bedroom apartment, pine floors, a new roof, and a stone terrace. Additional amenities include the pool, pool house, a two-stall post-and-beam barn, an 18-hole disc golf course, a screened boathouse, and a private dock.

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121 Windsor Road, Newton

A farmer’s porch greets visitors to this 5,300-square-foot Arts & Crafts-style home in Waban. The home sold for $3,116,000 on Wednesday, according to the listing firm, Hammond Residential Real Estate. Built on 0.31 of an acre, it offers five bedrooms, including a master suite with a vaulted ceiling, and 5.5 baths. Other highlights include a front-to-back living room, a sitting room, a kitchen with an L-shaped dining area, a family room with a stone fireplace, a third-floor suite, and a screen porch. There’s a full kitchen, bathroom, and a recreation room on the walk-out lower level.

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580 Washington St., Penthouse 3

This penthouse duplex on the 15th floor of Millennium Place offers 1,882 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and three baths. The unit‘s main level features a corner living room with floor-to -ceiling windows. Not to be outdone, the upper level has a solarium and a private terrace. Additional amenities include 24-hour concierge, valet service, access to a resident club with a fitness room, a cinema, and private dining. Two parking spaces also come with the property, which sold for $2,850,000 on Tuesday, according to the listing firm, Compass.

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