Back in mid-May, the 7,258-square-foot colonial at 47 Raymond Street in Cambridge hit the sales market for $11,500,000. That stonking sum set up the 15-room house, which was massively overhauled a decade ago, to set a price record for the People’s Republic.
And now it’s gone.
Forty-seven Raymond dropped off the sales market Aug. 15, and it’s not clear where it went. It wasn’t under contract when it disappeared and it hasn’t been seen since.
Did it, in fact, trade? If so, for how much? Enough to sweep all previous Cambridge price records before it? We’re finding out. Stay tuned.
Update 2:20 p.m. Aug. 17: Apparently the owner's new place in Boston is behind schedule and he loves 47 Raymond (who wouldn't?), and therefore will not move anytime imminently.
- Renovated Cambridge Colonial Asking $11.5M, a Potential Record for the City [Curbed Boston]
- Cambridge Home Sales: the 10 Biggest of 2015 [Curbed Boston]