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The Priciest Boston Homes Outside of Beacon Hill and Back Bay

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Inspired by this South End spread, we decided to run down the top 10 most expensive Boston homes on the market right now outside of Back Bay and Beacon Hill.

Address: 20 Rowes Wharf
Price: $2,499,000
Square Footage: 1,520
This 2-BR on the Downtown waterfront comes with 2 garaged parking spaces.

Address: 50 Battery Street
Price: $2,699,000
Square Footage: 1,625
A 2-BR in the North End, it's got crazy Harbor views.
Address: 2400 Beacon Street, #6
Price: $2,795,000
Square Footage: 3,073
This Brighton penthouse has 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms and water views to rival No. 9's.

Address: 21 Monument Square
Price: $2,950,000
Square Footage: 5,974
An adorable 4-BR townhouse in Charlestown, it rests right across from the Bunker Hill Monument. We wonder if the Dr. Seuss print comes with it (oh, please say yes!).
Address: 111 Beach Street, #2H/I
Price: $3,150,000
Square Footage: 4,189
This 4-BR, 4-BA in the Leather District was recently renovated.

Address: 1 Avery Street, #28B
Price: $3,295,000
Square Footage: 2,667
Three bedrooms and 4.5 baths waaaay over Chinatown

Address: 500 Atlantic Avenue, #16K
Price: $3,795,000
Square Footage: 3,385.
A 3-BR, 4.5-BA in Downtown Crossing's InterContinental.
Address: 69 Hancock Street
Price: $4,200,000
Square Footage: 4,695
This 5-BR, 5.5-BA single-family in North Dorchester dates from the Van Buren administration.

Address: 505 Tremont Street, #402/3
Price: $4,375,000
Square Footage: 3,162
Once owned by Red Sox All-Star Nomar Garciaparra and soccer superstar Mia Hamm, this 3-BR, 3.5-BA South End got this list rolling.

Address: 2 Avery Street, #PH 1C
Price: $5,995,000
Square Footage: 3,770
A penthouse. In the Ritz. Four BR, 4.5 BA. Three valet parking spaces. Custom-built. Etc.

· Catch Nomar Garciaparra, Mia Hamm's Old South End 3-BR [Curbed Boston]