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Luxury for less

Thanks to a slow market, finding bargains on high-end homes is easy

A five-bedroom house in Manchester-by-the-Sea was put on the market for $1.14 million in 2007. It's now priced at $849,000. A five-bedroom house in Manchester-by-the-Sea was put on the market for $1.14 million in 2007. It's now priced at $849,000. (Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe)
By Jenifer B. McKim
Globe Staff / April 11, 2010

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What does it take to buy a million-dollar home these days? Six figures. Where it once seemed to defy the laws of gravity, the high-end home market in Massachusetts is enduring dizzying declines, whether in downtown Boston luxury condo towers or tony suburbs such as Sudbury, Manchester-by-the-Sea, and Lincoln. (Full article: 807 words)

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