Just shy of last week’s biggest sale — a Commonwealth Avenue condo that sold for $7.5 million — comes this week’s biggest sale: a Commonwealth Avenue condo that sold for $7,160,000.
There were a large number of multimillion dollar sales in the city this week (including one in The Clarendon Building), and the suburbs had quite a big week as well.
Check them out.
This renovated four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom, 4,390-square-foot triplex sold for $7,160,000 on May 20, well above Back Bay’s median home value of $871,000. It has direct elevator access to all three of its floors, along with two private balconies, an open concept layout, a custom wet bar, and wine storage.
On May 20, this estate on two acres of land with 8,800 square feet of living space and five bedrooms sold for $4,520,000, high even for Weston, which has a $1,365,000 median home value. In the Weston Golf Club neighborhood, the home has a grand foyer, a media room, a large dining room, and a breakfast area in the kitchen.
A corner unit in The Clarendon Building, this three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 1,957-square-foot condo sold for $3,850,000 on May 20. The condo has floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the city, along with enjoying all the amenities the luxury building has to offer, like 24-hour concierge, fitness club, a children’s play area, and a landscaped rooftop terrace and lounge.
On May 20, this home with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, 5,370 square feet of living space, 16 acres of land, and an equestrian business on site, sold for $2,500,000, well above Stoughton’s $305,600 median home value. Along with all the land (including horse barns, riding arenas, and more), the home has a formal dining room, a two-story family room, a large balcony with a hot tub, and a three-car attached garage. The home is also overlooking a lake.