Two Boston homes lead this week’s priciest sales list — both of them on Beacon Hill. A renovated home on Chestnut Street sold for $6,700,000, while a West Cedar Street Federal-style property went for $6,500,000. Two sales in the suburbs also made our tally: A Newton single-family sold for $6,088,888, and a Shingle-style home in Weston went for $3,950,000.
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On Tuesday, this renovated six-bedroom, 4.5-bath, 5,663-square-foot single-family with period details sold for $6,700,000. The property, built in 1822, offers elevator service to all floors, a living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, a music room, and a mahogany-paneled library. The eat-in kitchen features a fireplace (one of eight in the home) and French doors to the walled-in garden terrace. There is a sunroom off the family room. The property sits on 0.03 of an acre.
A Federal-style town house, this five-bedroom, 3.5-bath, 5,081-square-foot home sold for $6,500,000 on Tuesday. There are five levels of living space connected by a curving staircase. On the garden level, there is a kitchen, a living room, and a dining room. The parlor level offers a more formal living room. There is also a private garden.
Set on a 1.18-acre lot, this French Colonial has five bedrooms and 5.5 baths in 6,425 square feet of living space. It sold for $6,088,888 on Tuesday. The property offers two private driveways, a three-car garage, and a front-to-back foyer with custom ironwork. The living room features a 13-foot ceiling, detailed molding, and a custom bar. The kitchen opens to the family room, where you will find French doors to a deck. The formal dining room, master suite, living room, and study have fireplaces.
This Shingle-style and stone home sold for $3,950,000 on Wednesday. The kitchen, which boasts a large island, a butler’s pantry, and stainless-steel appliances, leads to a step-down family room. The master suite has dual walk-in closets. Other highlights include a cherry office, a movie theater, gym, wet bar, and wine cellar. The home sits on 1.38 acres.
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