What a winning lottery ticket could buy
A Boston mansion - with plenty left over for the taxes
The most expensive piece of real estate on the market in Boston is the Ames-Webster Mansion on Dartmouth Street in the Back Bay, with an asking price of $23 million. If you won the lottery, you'd not only be able to afford this luxurious home in the heart of Boston, but also its annual tax bill of $147,722 for more than 2,000 years.
Note: The home is the most expensive Boston home in the Boston.com real estate listings.