Boston and Brookline had quite a good week for big home sales, but houses in those areas couldn’t beat out a 16-acre Natick estate that borders the Charles River. That said, all four homes below—which sold for between $2 million and $3 million—are certainly easy to look at.
Nestled between the Charles River and the Audubon Sanctuary is this four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 3,468-square-foot estate that sold for $3,475,000 on Friday, October 21. The home sits on 16 acres of land, on which you can find an eight-stall barn with an apartment, an indoor riding arena with more stalls and another apartment, and a jumping ring.
Located in the St. Botolph district, this three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 4,069-square-foot townhouse sold for $3 million on Tuesday. The 1870 home features a two-story parlor, original woodwork, stained glass, a library, and skyline views from the sitting room. It also has a garden and brick patio area.
This duplex with three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and 1,820 square feet of living space sold for $2,350,000 on Thursday, October 20. The home was renovated in 2016 and now features an open concept style and boasts a chef’s kitchen with a contemporary vibe. The backside of the condo is equipped with a wall of glass, bringing in lots of natural light.
Built in 1940, this Colonial-style home with six bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and 4,728 square feet of living space sold for $2,300,000 on Tuesday. Sitting on half an acre of land, the home retains its original architecture while featuring many modern updates, such as stainless steel appliances and a finished lower level with an exercise room. You’ll also find plenty of natural light, along with a wood-paneled library.