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$1.4M Off Sullivan; $629K Near Copley; $1M Off Louisburg

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Square Deals is Curbed Boston's mid-week look at recent notable home sales, based on their under-a-mile proximity to the Hub's myriad squares, plazas and places. Got a tip on a deal that just closed? Email tom@curbed.com.


Copley Square
Address: 295-297 Beacon Street #74
Price: $629,500
Square Footage: 840
The Skinny: This 2-BR, 1-BA condo in a Back Bay building with bones from the 1880s went for about what you'd expect, according to Trulia. Similar homes have sold for an average of $622,650 recently. (Above is a YouTube of the apartment. The age we live in.)
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Lt. Jeremiah W. Sullivan Square
Address: 505 Tremont Street #422
Price: $1,475,000
Square Footage: 1,781
The Skinny: This pricey South End puppy has a downstairs neighbor that happens to be the most expensive non-Back Bay, non-Beacon Hill listing in Boston. This 2-BR, 3-BA is no slouch itself selling for above the sales-price average of $1,383,333 for similar homes, according to Trulia. No easy trek to Dunkin Donuts, however.
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Louisburg Square
Address: 43 Mount Vernon Street #5
Price: $1,000,000
Square Footage: 1,200
The Skinny: This 2-BR, 3-BA Beacon Hill condo blew right past the average price for other similar homes sold recently ($896,500), according to Trulia. Also, it's in a building dating from 1899, 100 years after the death of George Washington, whose Virginia estate gave the street its name. So there's that.

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