This week’s big home sales round-up includes two single-family homes — in Brookline and Duxbury — and two Boston condos — one downtown and the other in the South End. The Brookline property was the priciest, selling for $6,025,000, but the others weren’t too far behind.
Check them out:
On Wednesday, this 6,587-square-foot brick Colonial with six bedrooms, four full baths, and two half baths in a gated neighborhood sold for $6,025,000. It offers a renovated kitchen, a formal dining room, a living room with a fireplace and radiant heat, a home theater, a conservatory, and a library with a wet bar. The home is set on a 1.08-acre lot.
Recently renovated, this Shingle-style oceanfront home with five bedrooms, four full baths, two half baths, and 7,139 square feet of living space sold for $4,250,000 on Friday, Feb. 23. It is set on a 2.57-acre lot, boasting a lawn that leads to the water, a dock, mahogany decks and patios, and a heated in-ground pool. Inside, you’ll find four finished floors offering an eat-in kitchen, offices, a gym, a music room, a tower, and a walkout lower level with a home theater, billiards room, and bar. The water views are impressive.
On Wednesday, this 12th-floor condo with three bedrooms, three full baths, and 1,874 square feet of living space sold for $2,625,000. The open-concept unit boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, Brazilian cherry floors, a marble master bath, and a kitchen with high-end appliances. Building amenities include 24-hour concierge service and fitness, club, and conference rooms. The unit comes with two garage parking spaces.
This three-bedroom, 3.5-bath, 2,373-square-foot condo sold for $2,562,500 on Wednesday. The Union Park home offers a private entrance and three exposures. The garden/patio and rear deck are also private. The kitchen features custom cabinets, an island with seating, and stainless-steel appliances. The living area offers a gas fireplace and a wall of windows, and the master bath has a heated floor.
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