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12 Most Expensive Boston Condo Sales

Posted by Nancy Comenitz on Monday, December 3rd, 2012 at 11:08am.


Mandarin-Oriental, #W11-B
776 Boylston Street, Boston


This 6,111-square-foot, 3-BR, 6-BA condo was the most expensive. It traded in February for $10,300,000, after asking  $12,500,000.  


310 Beacon, #4, Boston (Tom Brady's and Gisele Bundchen's Home)


The 5,311-square-foot, 3-BR, 3.5-BA duplex had been asking  $10,500,000. It sold in June for $9,200,000


100 Beacon Street, #PHB, Boston


The 4,083-square-foot penthouse traded in August for $9,000,000, below its original asking of $10,500,000.



Four Seasons, #1515
220 Boylston Street, Boston, MA


After two years on the market the 4,022 sq.ft. stunner sold in August for $7,350,000, $600,000 lower than its list price.



100 Beacon Street, #PHB, Boston 


This 4,083-square-foot penthouse sold in February for $6,500,000, after exactly four years on the market.



Mandarin-Oriental, #W11-A
776 Boylston Street, Boston


This 3,168-square-foot 2-BR sold in February in under two weeks for its asking of $5,575,000.



171 Commonwealth Avenue, #3, Boston


This 4,144-square-foot, 3-BR, 3.5-BA duplex penthouse went under agreement a little over a month after being listed in Feb. for $5,299,000. It sold in June for $5,000,000



21-23 Marlborough Street, #2, Boston


This 5,841-square-foot duplex sold after barely seven months on the market for $4,800,000, more than $1M off its original asking. That came to $822 a square foot.



The Bradley Mansion, #H/J
409 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA


The 4,306-square-foot condo sold after 14 months on the market for below its $5,175,000 asking for $4,740,000


184 Beacon Street, #1/2, Boston


This 3,768-square-foot triplex went under agreement in three weeks and sold for $4,650,000, $100,000 less than the list price.



24 Commonwealth Avenue, #1, Boston


This 4,181-square-foot triplex was reduced $250,000 before it passed papers in August for $4,500,000. It spent eight months on the market.


163 Marlborough Street, Unit 2/4, Boston


This 4,856 sq.ft. 4-bedroom triplex was on the market for one year before it sold in November for $4,418,000, which was $500,000 lower than the list price




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