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And the Final Sales Price of the Benjamin Mansion Is...

For the longest time, the dictatorial townhouse at 74 Beacon Street in Beacon Hill known as the Benjamin Mansion was Boston's priciest listing. Even after price-chops and brokerage switches and extensive renovations, the 8,450-square-foot palace with rooftop lap pool and all sorts of bells and whistles held on to the No. 1 spot. Its last asking when it went to contract earlier this month was $13,950,000 (which kind of seems quaint now but still...). The Benjamin Mansion officially sold at 2:33PM on Tuesday for $12,500,000. That's quite a bit off the last asking, but by our count nevertheless makes the townhouse the priciest Boston deal so far this year.
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Benjamin Mansion

74 Beacon Street, Boston, MA