This week there were multimillion-dollar sales in Greater Boston — and all of them have a water view.
Not only do they boast views, but each of these homes — located in Ipswich, Marblehead, and Gloucester — are directly on the water.
The biggest sale of the three was for $7,700,000, but a fourth should not be overlooked; a new Back Bay property sold for $3,900,000.
Check them out:
Set on 284 acres (yes, you read that correctly), this estate sold for $7,700,000 on Aug. 25. The home boasts seven bedrooms, five full baths, two half baths, and 5,753 square feet of living space, while the land is a mix of open meadows, lawns, wooded upland, and coastal marsh. The estate also offers about 2.15 miles of contiguous tidal frontage. Other buildings on the property include a circa 1860 Colonial-style caretaker’s residence and a bow-roofed barn.
On Tuesday, this 5,918-square-foot oceanfront brick Georgian home with six bedrooms, five full baths, and two baths sold for $5,800,000. Set on 1.95 acres, the home also boasts 10-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and moldings throughout. There is also a two-car garage/carriage house with a one-bedroom, 1.5-bath apartment offering a fireplace and an ocean-view terrace. There is 280 feet of ocean frontage and direct private beach access.
Perched on the waterfront, this home with seven bedrooms, five full baths, and two half baths sold for $4,400,000 on Wednesday. The Shingle Style house, which sits on a 1.08-acre lot 50 feet above the water at the tip of Bass Rocks, dates to 1876, but has been renovated. You can walk down steps built into the rock to a private beach. Inside, the home offers large windows with clear water views, built-ins, and an open, eat-in kitchen.
This penthouse triplex is new construction with four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and 2,539 square feet of living space. The home sold for $3,900,000 on Aug. 25. There is an open living and dining area with a marble-surround fireplace that leads into a kitchen boasting top-of-the-line appliances, subway tile, and a center island. You’ll also find a private roof deck with 360-degree city views.
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