One of the most expensive sales in the region last week, according to the Multiple Listing Service, was a Back Bay brownstone that sold on Feb. 13.
The Second Empire-style residence at 309 Marlborough St. left the market for $8,800,000. Built in 1899, the 4,810-square-foot home has undergone a renovation and includes four bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms.
The entry hall is immersed in sunlight from a bay window and French doors. A pair of sliding doors leads to the curvy eat-in kitchen, which features a trio of hanging light fixtures and a island with a sink.
On the second floor, the living and family rooms feature bay windows and fireplaces.
The master suite has its own fireplace — one of five in the home — and built-in cabinets. The master bath offers a soaking tub, separate shower, and walk-in closets, including a wardrobe room.
On the lower level, there’s a bedroom suite and a sitting room complete with built-ins, a fireplace, and a wet bar.
Five stories is a lot of ground to cover, and luckily there is an elevator that can ferry the new residents from the garden terrace all the way up to the roof deck with its own bar.
George Ballantyne of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty sold the home.
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