Built in 1888, the Joseph Thorp House in Cambridge has quite the history, including most recently being home to the former US ambassador to Austria. It sold for $7,400,000 on Friday, Oct. 20, making it the region’s biggest sale this week.
In addition to the Brattle Street home, a waterfront home in Marblehead and 1890 Cambridge Queen Anne that both sold for $4,250,000, and a newly constructed Wellesley home went for $3,100,000.
Check them out:
This 10-bedroom, four-bath, two-half bath, 8,372-square-foot Colonial Revival in Cambridge sold for $7,400,000 on Friday, Oct. 20. It is set on a 0.47-acre lot. Outside, you’ll notice columns, pilasters, bays, balconies, and keystone arches. Inside, there are classical elements, such as Greco-Roman details and carvings, while the kitchen is updated and modern.
Set on an acre lot on Marblehead’s Peach’s Point, this five-bedroom, six-bath, two-half bath, 5,570-square-foot shingle-style home sold for $4,250,000 on Monday. The home boasts an eat-in kitchen, a living room with a fireplace and wet bar, a covered porch and patio, and hardwood floors. Outside, the property includes a private beach and dock, as well as a two-car garage, outdoor terrace, and fire pit.
On Monday, this renovated 1890 Queen Anne home with six bedrooms, four baths, two half baths, and 4,221 square feet of living space sold for $4,250,000. The kitchen boasts stainless-steel appliances, a walnut-top island, Wolf appliances, two Miele dishwashers, and white cabinetry. Outside, there is a wide deck for entertaining family and friends.
This newly constructed home with five bedrooms, 5.5 baths, and 6,750 square feet of living space sold for $3,100,000 on Oct. 25. It sits on a 0.46-acre lot. The family room offers a chevron-patterned ceiling with hand-crafted beams. In the kitchen, you’ll find a large center island, a walk-in pantry, and stainless-steel appliances. Outside, there is a private patio and a built-in grill area.
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