55 Commercial Wharf, Unit 6, Waterfront, Boston, MA 02110
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This exclusive property has a history since it was built in 1,832 and renovated in 1,978. The apartment has everything, including huge balconies that allow astonishing views of the city and Boston Harbor. The construction encompasses high-quality materials and amazing amenities.
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The apartment has approximately 1,304 Sqft of living space, which includes two bedrooms, being one of them a master bedroom with a huge walk-in closet, a spa, a jacuzzi tub, and a steam shower, among more. Besides, the residence comes with a deeded storage, security 24h/day, a private gate, and parking for residents and guests.
The location is amazing since is close to many great places such as parks, the Financial District, Faneuil Hall, the seaport, North End restaurants, and more.
Massachusetts has been known over the years as an expensive place to live, mainly because of the real estate selling prices. Boston, the capital and largest city has the highest median price per square foot among the largest 100 cities in the US. However, you can find modern housing for reasonable prices all over the Bay State. Single-family homes and apartment buildings in the market happen to be built several years ago and had been remodeled recently with the latest appliances and utilities. Because of the history, quality, and location, asking prices can get pretty high, therefore, we are disclosing in this post the most expensive, historic and luxurious properties in the state.
First, we will detail the historic brick townhouse at 8 Mount Vernon Place, Beacon Hill, Boston, the selling price of this real estate gem is US$25,000,000 ($2559/sqft). The second place is awarded to the family home located at 17 Louisburg Square, which is valued at US$20,000,000 ($2693/sqft). In third place, we have a beautiful residence located at 14 Walnut St. costing US$15,000,000 ($2106/sqtf).
Let’s now take a look at Boston’s most expensive condos which are all-new luxury properties located at the Back Bay and the Downtown area.
First on the list is the new super luxurious Millenium Tower called “Grand Penthouse” for obvious reasons. It boasts over 13,000 sqft of living space with panoramic views of the Boston skyline and ocean. The price tag is US$45,000,000 being one of the condos most expensive in the world. The next two properties on the list are located at Mandarin Oriental residences. The penthouse at 776 Boylston St. Unit PH2E is a 6,800 sqft residence with sweeping city views, valuated at US$28,000,000. Followed by the residence 776 Boylston Street Unit E9A which has 3,500 sqft of living space, encompassing three bedrooms and luxurious appliances, valued at US$12,500,000.
The greater Boston area has plenty of properties that are both modern and luxurious, take a look!
Brookline is known by its grand estates, for example, this outstanding residence located at 150 Woodland Rd. the property is next to the Country Club, thus its value is as high as US$ 38,000,000. Living here will make you feel even more powerful since being neighbor’s with Tom Brady and Gisele is a privilege. The Brady’s property is valued for US$33,900,000, earning the second place. For the third place, we have a Queen Anne Victorian residence located in Brookline Village with a price tag of US$13,300,000.
Condos that are topping the list are 27 Colechester with a value of US$ 4,200,000. The property has 7,000 sqft of living space located near the Longwood medical area. Following we have 20 Fuller St. Coolidge Corner, units 3 and 2 for US$3,498,000 and US$2,999,000, respectively.
There you have it! the greatest luxury real estate in Massachusetts detailed for you. Don’t miss a chance to own property and become a real estate owner, especially when mortgage rates continue to stay low!
The football quarterback of the New England Patriots and his wife supermodel Gisele Bündchen are selling their luxury mansion in the greater Boston area for a new price. The famous couple listed this incredible property for $39.5M, and have lowered the price to $33.9M.
The mid-century-modern property is set on 5.2 acres and is located at 112 Woodland Rd, Brookline, MA. The astonishing construction was built in 2015.
This world-class property include 12 rooms, a guest house, a lovely patio as shown in the photos, an in-ground pool, a hot tub/spa, decks and more.
The famous couple purchased the property back in 2013. It is now on the market because the Brady family is moving to New York City to start Tom’s post-football career. To know more about this property, click here.
The Chestnut Street Townhouse by Hacin + Associates in Boston, Massachusetts will be the first new construction in the Beacon Hill neighborhood in the last 50 years.
The original structure for the Chestnut Street Townhouse was thought to have been a stable before it was rebuilt as a house in the 1920s. Due to wear over the years the home was deemed unsalvageable, and is now being rebuilt for a second time. The designers and architects who worked on the Chestnut Street Townhouse were careful to preserve the historic architectural elements of the area, so as to complement rather than upstage the neighboring buildings. Period-evocative materials, such as brick, copper, wrought iron, and steel, anchor the building in the neighborhood’s historical context.
Skylights and a roof deck were added to brighten up the home. Luxury materials like marble and granite used in the kitchens and fireplaces add a modern touch.