Two condo units in a new boutique development along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway sold for $4 million-plus each, but a Second Empire town house that dropped for $6.6 million topped our weekly tally of the priciest sales — and Multiple Listing Service records for the biggest sale of a single-family home in the South End. A four-bedroom Colonial in Chestnut Hill with a standout master suite completed our list, going for $3.2 million.
Check them out:
This home was built in 1900, but the 5,090-square-foot limestone town house was recently restored. The five-level property has five bedrooms, 3.5 baths, tall windows, front and back parlors, seven fireplaces, crown molding, and a kitchen with quartz counters, an island with seating, a custom-built butler’s pantry, and high-end appliances, including double wall ovens. The roof terrace offers views of the city from the hot tub and wet bar. The garden level features Parisian tile flooring, a family room with a wet bar, gym space, a full bath, and access to the four-car garage. The property sold for $6,650,000 on Wednesday, according to the listing firm, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. It was the highest sale recorded in the neighborhood, according to MLS.
Located in Boulevard on the Greenway, a new boutique 26-unit building along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, this 10th-floor unit offers three bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and 2,414 square feet of living space in an open layout with unobstructed views. The kitchen boasts European-style cabinetry and high-end appliances. After a long evening of entertaining, take a long soak in the marble bath or relax by the gas fireplace in the living area. Residents also have access to the clubroom, concierge service, and fitness room. The unit comes with two spots in the automated parking garage. This property sold for $4,100,000 on Monday, according to MLS and the listing firm, Campion and Company.
Renderings of the home:
This property at Boulevard on the Greenway also has three bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 2,414 square feet of living space, and the same features and amenities. The condo, which is on the ninth floor, sold for $4,020,000 on Monday, according to MLS and the listing firm, Campion and Company.
Located in Chestnut Hill, this center hall Colonial was built in 1936, but the kitchen was recently updated with custom cabinets, high-end appliances, and granite countertops. The home has four bedrooms and 4.5 baths in 4,895 square feet of living space. It sits on nearly a half acre and offers a library, a family room with a gas fireplace, built-ins, a wet bar, a media room, a gym, and French doors to a bluestone patio. The master suite has a balcony, two closets, a dressing room, and a Carrara marble bath. The property sold for $3,200,000 on Wednesday, according to MLS. The listing firm was Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Brookline.
Subscribe to the Globe’s free real estate newsletter — our weekly digest on buying, selling, and design — at pages.email.bostonglobe.com/AddressSignUp. Follow us on Facebookand Twitter @globehomes. Send story ideas to Address@globe.com.