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The Return of Brookline's 30 Clyde Street


The 6,652-square-foot manse at 30 Clyde Street in Brookline last traded way back in October 1997 for $805,000. Then, beginning with its original listing in March 2011 for $5,600,000, it spent more than two years getting price-bumped and price-chopped, until, in June of this year the listing was removed when the tag was a mere $4,950,000.

The 4-BR, 5.5-BA spread, with nearly an acre of surrounding land, is back on the market with Tracy Campion and Susan Cohen for that same price, which translates into a rather inexpensive $744 a square foot considering. Thirty Clyde offers not only the airy immensity of its physicality but a lot of neat touches, like soaring ceilings in the kitchen and a 2,000-bottle wine room (not cellar, mind you, room). There's also garage parking for four. Will it be enough to end the estate's sales odyssey? Stay tuned.
· Listing: 30 Clyde Street [Campion & Co.]
· Our Million Dollar Babies archive [Curbed Boston]