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Boston’s 10 most expensive home sales of 2017, mapped

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Condo trades in two buildings accounted for more than half of Boston’s 10 most expensive home sales of 2017.

The figures on this map are culled from closed deals during the previous calendar year. (Next year’s map could see even heftier trades.)

The points are plotted from priciest to—relatively—cheapest.

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25 Commonwealth Avenue

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This 14-room, 7,554-square-foot, 32-window townhouse that Compass listed in January sold in June for $17.2 million.

It was the most expensive home trade in Boston in 2017.

197 Marlborough Street

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The 7,575-square-foot, 12-room townhouse dropped in June through Campion & Co.

It sold in November for $13 million even.

32 Derne Street

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This seven-room, 6,022-square-foot fifth-floor floor-through at the new-development Whitwell sold in February through Gibson Sotheby’s for $9,035,000.

448 Beacon Street, #4

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The 11-room, 4,069-square-foot spread in the newish Hooper Mansion traded for $9 million in April.

25 Beacon Street, #PH

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The seven-room, 4,044-square-foot penthouse at the 1-year-old 25 Beacon Street sold in September for $11,833,303 through Campion & Co.

1 Franklin Street, #PH3B

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This five-room, 4,110-square-foot penthouse at Millennium Tower went for $10.65 million in November.

1 Franklin Street, #PH4E

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This five-room, 3,435-square-foot penthouse in Millennium Tower sold for $9.25 million in June.

1 Franklin Street, #PH3E

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Yet another Millennium Tower penthouse makes the cut: This particular five-room, 3,435-square-foot spread sold for $9 million even in September.

25 Beacon Street, #3

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The seven-room, 3,583-square-foot floor-through on the third floor sold for $8.85 million in September.

25 Beacon Street, #5

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And rounding everything out is another floor-through from 25 Beacon. This seven-room, 3,577-square-foot condo sold for $8.8 million in October.

25 Commonwealth Avenue

This 14-room, 7,554-square-foot, 32-window townhouse that Compass listed in January sold in June for $17.2 million.

It was the most expensive home trade in Boston in 2017.

197 Marlborough Street

The 7,575-square-foot, 12-room townhouse dropped in June through Campion & Co.

It sold in November for $13 million even.

32 Derne Street

This seven-room, 6,022-square-foot fifth-floor floor-through at the new-development Whitwell sold in February through Gibson Sotheby’s for $9,035,000.

448 Beacon Street, #4

The 11-room, 4,069-square-foot spread in the newish Hooper Mansion traded for $9 million in April.

25 Beacon Street, #PH

The seven-room, 4,044-square-foot penthouse at the 1-year-old 25 Beacon Street sold in September for $11,833,303 through Campion & Co.

1 Franklin Street, #PH3B

This five-room, 4,110-square-foot penthouse at Millennium Tower went for $10.65 million in November.

1 Franklin Street, #PH4E

This five-room, 3,435-square-foot penthouse in Millennium Tower sold for $9.25 million in June.

1 Franklin Street, #PH3E

Yet another Millennium Tower penthouse makes the cut: This particular five-room, 3,435-square-foot spread sold for $9 million even in September.

25 Beacon Street, #3

The seven-room, 3,583-square-foot floor-through on the third floor sold for $8.85 million in September.

25 Beacon Street, #5

And rounding everything out is another floor-through from 25 Beacon. This seven-room, 3,577-square-foot condo sold for $8.8 million in October.