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Biggest sales: A condo in a restored Back Bay mansion for $9.5 million

Luxury Back Bay Boston
The home offers 19th-century details and a private deck. Justin Anfuso of Anfuso Imaging

A condo in a restored Gilded Age property was the priciest sale last week with a $9,500,000 price tag. Tracy Campion of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate sold the home on Thursday, April 4.

Unit 2 of 305 Commonwealth Ave., also known as the Thayer Mansion, offers 4,286 square feet of living space and 169 square feet of private deck.

The Back Bay building was designed as a single-family house in 1884 by Peabody and Stearns, a “premier architectural firm of the late 19th and early 20th centuries,” according to the realtor’s website. The home still boasts some 19th-century details, such as hand-carved molding, elaborate ceilings, and quartersawn oak floors.

In 2018, the building was restored and converted into four condo units. Unit 2 comes with three bedrooms, three full baths, four fireplaces, and two tandem garage parking spaces. Other features of the residence include an eat-in kitchen, a master suite with a study, and formal living and dining rooms.

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