It’s rare that a Boston sale doesn’t make it on the list of big home sales of the week, but this time around, it’s all about the suburbs.
Massive homes in Cambridge, Wellesley, and Brookline — varying in size from 5,564 to 7,566 square feet — sold for sky-high prices ranging from $3.4 million to $4 million.
Check them out.
Built in 1898, this six-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom, 5,647-square-foot Colonial Revival style home sold for $4 million on Tuesday. Though the home has been renovated, there are still plenty of period details, including high ceilings and fireplaces. There’s also a wrap-around deck, a greenhouse, and a lower level with an 18-foot screening/media room and a library.
On Wednesday, this five-bedroom, five-bathroom, two-half bathroom home with 7,566 square feet of living space sold for $3.54 million. Built in 2014, the home’s updates include a steam oven, a center island, a modern gas fireplace, and oversized windows. The walk-out lower level features nine-foot ceilings, a full bathroom, and an exercise/recreation room with a wet bar.
Built in 2008 on a cul-de-sac, this six-bedroom, six-bathroom, two-half bathroom home with 5,564 square feet of living space sold for $3.515 million on Jan. 27. The home features both historic details and an abundance of modern features, including an open floor plan with a large kitchen and a breakfast room, which leads outside to the patio.
This 1909 Federal Revival home with seven bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and 6,905 square feet of living space sold for $3.4 million on Tuesday. The home includes updates, but has been very well-maintained to keep much of its historic charm. Features include a formal entry hall, a breakfast room with a vaulted ceiling, and several garden areas outside.