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Boston’s 10 most expensive home sales in May, mapped

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Brand-name addresses dominated Boston’s 10 most expensive home sales in May.

The two priciest were in Downtown Crossing’s Millennium Tower; and the Ritz-Carlton accounted for another pair. The Mandarin Oriental and Battery Wharf also show up.

H/t to Estately for the data and the photos.

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1. Mandarin Oriental, #W10C

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776 Boylston St
Boston, MA
(617) 535-8888
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A $4.3 million sale for this 2,556-square-foot two-bedroom with two and a half bathrooms closed on May 1.

2. 39 Greenwich Park

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39 Greenwich Park
Boston, MA 02118

This townhouse sold for $3,899,000 on May 30. The 3,000-square-foot spread, which dates from 1899, has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.

3. 129 West Newton Street

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129 W Newton St
Boston, MA 02118

The townhouse dating from 1875 sold on May 31 for $3,672,000. It has 3,476 square feet; three bedrooms; and three and a half bathrooms.

4. 303 Berkeley Street, #7

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303 Berkeley St
Boston, MA 02116

This 1,915-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo sold for $2.8 million on May 25. It includes a balcony and one garaged parking space.

5. 4 Lime Street

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4 Lime St
Boston, MA 02108

The 107-year-old townhouse sold on May 19 for $3.45 million. It has 3,058 square feet; four bedrooms; and three and a half bathrooms.

6. Ritz-Carlton Boston, #29C

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2 Avery St
Boston, MA

This 2,707-square-foot three bedroom, with three and a half bathrooms, went for $3.9 million on May 31.

7. Ritz-Carlton Boston, #24E

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2 Avery St
Boston, MA

The 3,246-square-foot three-bedroom, four-bathroom went for $5 million even on May 25.

8. Millennium Tower, #4803

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1 Franklin St
Boston, MA

This 2,773-square-foot spread in the city’s tallest residential tower (for now) sold on May 1 for $5.3 million. It has three bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.

9. Millennium Tower, #4802

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1 Franklin St
Boston, MA

The May 19 trade of this 3,172-square-foot three-bedroom with four and a half bathrooms was the most expensive home sale in Boston in May. It sold for $6.75 million.

10. Battery Wharf, #4414

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The 2,064-square-foot condo with two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms closed on May 25 for $4.15 million. That means it went for just over $2,000 a square foot, a huge sum for Boston.

1. Mandarin Oriental, #W10C

776 Boylston St, Boston, MA

A $4.3 million sale for this 2,556-square-foot two-bedroom with two and a half bathrooms closed on May 1.

776 Boylston St
Boston, MA

2. 39 Greenwich Park

39 Greenwich Park, Boston, MA 02118

This townhouse sold for $3,899,000 on May 30. The 3,000-square-foot spread, which dates from 1899, has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.

39 Greenwich Park
Boston, MA 02118

3. 129 West Newton Street

129 W Newton St, Boston, MA 02118

The townhouse dating from 1875 sold on May 31 for $3,672,000. It has 3,476 square feet; three bedrooms; and three and a half bathrooms.

129 W Newton St
Boston, MA 02118

4. 303 Berkeley Street, #7

303 Berkeley St, Boston, MA 02116

This 1,915-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo sold for $2.8 million on May 25. It includes a balcony and one garaged parking space.

303 Berkeley St
Boston, MA 02116

5. 4 Lime Street

4 Lime St, Boston, MA 02108

The 107-year-old townhouse sold on May 19 for $3.45 million. It has 3,058 square feet; four bedrooms; and three and a half bathrooms.

4 Lime St
Boston, MA 02108

6. Ritz-Carlton Boston, #29C

2 Avery St, Boston, MA

This 2,707-square-foot three bedroom, with three and a half bathrooms, went for $3.9 million on May 31.

2 Avery St
Boston, MA

7. Ritz-Carlton Boston, #24E

2 Avery St, Boston, MA

The 3,246-square-foot three-bedroom, four-bathroom went for $5 million even on May 25.

2 Avery St
Boston, MA

8. Millennium Tower, #4803

1 Franklin St, Boston, MA

This 2,773-square-foot spread in the city’s tallest residential tower (for now) sold on May 1 for $5.3 million. It has three bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.

1 Franklin St
Boston, MA

9. Millennium Tower, #4802

1 Franklin St, Boston, MA

The May 19 trade of this 3,172-square-foot three-bedroom with four and a half bathrooms was the most expensive home sale in Boston in May. It sold for $6.75 million.

1 Franklin St
Boston, MA

10. Battery Wharf, #4414

Boston, MA

The 2,064-square-foot condo with two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms closed on May 25 for $4.15 million. That means it went for just over $2,000 a square foot, a huge sum for Boston.