Mitt and Ann Romney at the unveiling of his official portrait (Jim Davis/Globe)
Just when it looked like maybe Mitt Romney was done with Massachusetts, he's back. The former governor, who sold his Belmont mansion a year ago for $3.5 million, has purchased a new place. According to Banker & Tradesman, the prospective 2012 presidential candidate paid $895,000 for a townhouse in Woodlands at Belmont Hill, an upscale Belmont condo development near McLean Hospital. The 2,116-square-foot home includes two bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms, and a "cook's kitchen." The development is surrounded by 100 acres of conservation land. Last year, Romney and his wife Ann said they were downsizing when they sold their place on Main Street. (They also sold a ski house in Utah for $5.25 million.) The couple still owns a $12 million home in La Jolla, Calif., and a $10 million home on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire.