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Mandarin Oriental Spread Looks to Set Boston Record


Wowza! A 12th-floor condo at the Mandarin Oriental has dropped for a potentially record-smashing price.

The 4,922-square-foot, 3-BR, 2-BA Unit W12B, with its "abundant wine storage," just hit the sales market through Megan Kopman for $13,500,000, making it easily Boston's priciest listing since late June, when a pair of eight-figure townhouses debuted. Now, the priciest Boston home sale in modern history was the $14,500,000 trade of the Ames-Webster Mansion, right? Well, given the fact that so many Boston homes have been going for over-asking... you get our point. And don't be thinking $1M is too much of an over-ask. Stay tuned.
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Ames-Webster Mansion

306 Dartmouth Street, Boston, MA 02116

Mandarin Oriental, Boston

776 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02199