A massive house in the suburbs or a condo, a third of the size, in a downtown luxury tower? That is the question for this week’s big home sales.
A 9,200-square-foot new home in Wellesley sold for $4,500,000, while a 2,096-square-foot Millennium Tower condo went for $4,054,500. A Beacon Hill condo and another Wellesley home, each went for roughly $3,800,000.
Check them out.
This new seven-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom, 9,200-square-foot Colonial, which sits on on an acre of land, sold for $4,500,000 Wednesday. The home was mostly customizable, coming with 10-foot ceilings on the first floor; a finished lower level with a playroom, exercise room, and media room; and, outside, a bluestone patio and fireplace.
Located on the 39th floor of Millennium Tower, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom, 2,096-square-foot unit sold for $4,054,500 on Feb. 10. The condo is a corner unit, overlooking Back Bay, the Charles River, Boston Common, and the harbor. Building amenities include 24-hour concierge, a screening room, a billiard room, a terrace, and a lap pool.
On Tuesday, this three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 2,320-square-foot renovated condo in an 1880 Beacon Hill building sold for $3,875,000. The unit features 12-foot ceilings, multiple floor-to-ceiling windows, a large island in the kitchen with seating, and a common terrace with panoramic city views.
This 7,600-square-foot stone and Shingle-style home with six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two half bathrooms sold for $3,800,000 Tuesday. The home has stunning architectural details, such as coffered ceilings, wainscot, custom built-ins, and hardwood floors. The lower level is finished and includes a large playroom, exercise room, office, and wine cellar.