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Back Bay's Dictatorial 130 Commonwealth Ave. Finds Buyer

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What a ride 130 Commonwealth Avenue has had in the last few years. It sold for nearly $10M in mid-2013 after asking as much as $12.5M. Shortly thereafter, it took a turn as Boston's priciest rental, asking as much as $43,000 a month (and turning down an offer of $28,500). And, since late 2013, it has been one of the most expensive listings up for grabs in the entire city, asking as much as $13.9M. Well, it appears that 130 Comm. Ave. is ready for yet another act: There is a contract out on the 9,908-square-foot, 12-room mansion with five fireplaces, a private elevator and a 2,200-bottle wine cellar. The limestone palace listed by Gibson Sotheby's William Montero was last asking $13,400,000. Stay tuned for the closing price.
· 130 Commonwealth Trades for $9.5M, Awaits Its Tenant [Curbed Boston]
· Boston's Priciest Rental Ever More Affordable [Curbed Boston]
· Lonely 130 Commonwealth Awaits Its Turn as Boston's Priciest [Curbed Boston]
· Our Big Deals archive [Curbed Boston]