A number of titanic home sales crammed themselves into the first month of 2017.Read More
Boston's most expensive home sales in January, mapped
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191 Commonwealth Avenue, #41-42
The 4,887-square-foot, 4-BR, 4-BA condo was the month's biggest sale. It went for $5,500,000.
193 West Brookline Street
The 5,003-square-foot townhouse with five bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms sold for $4,495,000.
Four51 Marlborough, #PH4
The 2,078-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA is part of a larger condo conversion. The penthouse traded for $3,799,000.
Ritz Carlton Residences, #PH3B
The 2,971-square-foot condo includes an astounding five full bathrooms (as well as three bedrooms). It went for $3,750,000.
Four51 Marlborough, #E
The 2,922-square-foot 4-BR, 2.5-BA is part of a larger condo conversion. The spread sold for $3,625,000.
343 Commercial Street, #TH12
The 2,292-square-foot, townhouse-style condo went for $3,100,000. It has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
343 Commercial Street, #TH25
The 2,304-square-foot, townhouse-style condo sold for $2,750,000. It has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
Millennium Tower, #3708
The 1,637-square-foot 2-BR, 2.5-BA in the city's tallest residential tower went for $2,720,000.
138 Marlborough Street, #1
The 2,195-square-foot townhouse with a ton of parking (and three bedrooms and a two and a half bathrooms) sold for $2,675,000.
The Clarendon, #20D
The was the most precise big-time trade of January: $2,646,250 for a 1,439-square-foot 2-BR, 2.5-BA.
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