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This Could Be Boston's Biggest Home Sale Ever

O.K., take it easy. Here's what we know: There is a deal pending for the bonkers-ornate Mason House in Back Bay, which first hit the sales market in March 2013, for $17,900,000, before dropping its tag steadily to the still formidable $14,995,000.

Such an asking price for the the 14,850-square-foot, 11-BR mansion with an elevator to every floor and a five-car garage (not to mention a dedicated music room and a walled garden) positions it perfectly to trump the current Boston record-holder: the Ames-Webster Mansion, which traded in March 2013 for $14,500,000 to a Saudi businessman intent on turning it from office space into a private residence(s). The Mason House could lose a few hundred thousand on the closing and still come out on top. Stay tuned.
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