Luxury properties going for a lot off their asking prices is definitely a trend in Boston real estate. So it is little surprise that the parlor-level Unit B at Back Bay's revamped 409 Commonwealth Avenue (a.k.a. the Bradley Mansion) went in the end for five figures off its tag of $5,950,000. Still, the final price for the 4,600-square-foot spread with three garaged parking spaces and a sauna in the master bath makes Unit B the biggest condo trade in Boston since a combined-unit at 4-6 Newbury Street closed for $8M in July (after a price-drop of $500K). The Bradley Mansion condo went in the end for a rather precise $5,887,500—or $62K and change off the asking.
· The New Bradley Mansion Listing Is Simply Mind-Blowing [Curbed Boston]
· Are Big Price-Drops a New Trend in Boston's Luxury Sales? [Curbed Boston]
· Our Big Deals archive [Curbed Boston]