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Boston's Priciest House for Sale Has 26 Rooms, 11 Fireplaces

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The hits just keep on coming in Boston mega-listage. If it's not a $15,000,000 asking off the Public Garden, it's a $5,000-a-square-foot asking off the same said garden. And if it's not either of those, then it's this monster: Tracy Campion has listed the 26-room, 14,871-square-foot mansion at 315 Dartmouth Street in Back Bay for a cool $20,000,000. That makes it far and away the most expensive house on the Boston sales market and second overall to that dictatorial floor-through condo in the under-construction Millennium Tower that's daring someone to pay $37.5M. Originally designed by Charles Brigham in the Second Empire style, the circa 1870 palace was recently restored as a single-family home with nine bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and 11 fireplaces. Throughout are the sorts of touches you would expect: a climate-controlled wine-storage room, a double parlor for entertaining, a walnut-paneled library, yada yada. Know this, though: The artwork is not included in the asking price, nor are the chandeliers in the foyer and the sitting room. The rest is yours. Go.
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