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Lonely 130 Commonwealth Awaits Its Turn as Boston's Priciest

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The formidable fortress that is 130 Commonwealth Avenue has been on the sales market since mid-August 2013, having sold in May of that year for $9,500,000 (and having asked some mad-crazy monthly amounts as well). The 9,908-square-foot, 12-room mansion with five fireplaces, a private elevator and a 2,200-bottle wine cellar is, after two price-chops totaling $1.1M, currently asking $13,400,000. That more than positions it to become Boston's priciest listing once the deal for the $13,950,000 74 Beacon Street closes. Recall that as of last week there's a sale pending for that palace. · Boston's Priciest Rental Ever More Affordable [Curbed Boston]
· 130 Commonwealth Trades for $9.5M, Awaits Its Tenant [Curbed Boston]
· What It Looks Like to Live Inside Boston's Priciest Listing [Curbed Boston]
· Our Mega-Listage archive [Curbed Boston]

Benjamin Mansion

74 Beacon Street, Boston, MA