The suburbs had quite a big week, with a variety of properties grabbing about a $3 million-plus price tag. An estate in Weston sold for $3,525,000, while a home in Newton went for about $3,100,000 and a home in Wellesley sold for $2,967,500.
Though Boston didn’t make up the majority of big sales this week, a Back Bay condo did sell for just under $3,500,000.
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This 7,290-square-foot estate with five bedrooms, five baths, and two half baths sold for $3,525,000 on Monday. The home sits on 3.65 acres and features large windows, an open floor plan, and a big kitchen with a center island with seating. Entertaining will be a breeze.
Two upper floor units have been combined to create this three-bedroom, four-bath, 2,771-square-foot condo at 360 Newbury Street, featuring walls of windows with incredible views. The condo sold for $3,495,000 on Monday. The dining room is connected to not one, but two kitchens, each with all the necessary appliances. Other amenities include electric window shades and two washers and dryers.
Located in a historic section of Chestnut Hill, this six-bedroom, 4.5-bath, 6,436-square-foot home has been completely renovated on the inside. It sold for $3,100,000 on Tuesday. A stone pathway leads up to the home, which sits on a 0.4-acre lot. Once inside, you’ll find a chic kitchen with a large center island and stainless-steel appliances, along with a formal dining room. There are also French doors off the kitchen that open to a patio.
On Monday, this six-bedroom, six-bath, two-half bath, 7,000-square-foot stone-and-shingle Colonial sold for $2,967,500. The home sits on a 0.47-acre lot and has been completely updated, while keeping many classic elements, such as a coffered ceiling, built-ins, a wet bar, and multiple fireplaces.