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Boston’s 25 most expensive homes for sale, mapped

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Most of the 25 priciest Boston homes for sale as of late winter are located in Back Bay and Beacon Hill.

And most are condos, including in newer developments such as those at 89 Beacon Street, 300 Pier 4 Boulevard, and 401 Beacon Street.

The prices range from just under $6.3 million to nearly $16 million. Have a look around.

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100 Beacon Street, #7

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An elevator leads directly to this 4,140-square-foot condo with four bedrooms and four full bathrooms.

The $7.9 million price includes two valeted parking spaces. Campion & Co. has the listing.

2 Avery Street, #PH3C

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The 4,663-square-foot Ritz listing offers three bedrooms and three full bathrooms.

It’s asking $7.45 million through Keller Williams.

10 Farnsworth, #PH

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This 4,312-square-foot condo with three bedrooms and three full bathrooms is part of a new development.

The spread is asking $7.5 million through Campion & Co., and its Fort Point location means it’s the most expensive Boston listing outside of the usual Beacon Hill-Back Bay-Downtown axis.

89 Beacon Street, #PH

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This 5,703-square-foot penthouse planned for 89 Beacon Street is on sale through Shelagh Brennan for $15.995 million, making it the most expensive residential property on the Boston market as of early March.

The space is due to include four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms as well as touches such as 36 windows and a sweeping private deck. There will be parking, too.

776 Boylston Street, #E9-A

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The 3,500-square-foot spread at the Mandarin includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms—and a price tag of $13.5 million.

It’s on sale through Tony Guthrie at Robert Paul Properties.

400 Stuart Street, #19D

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This spread at the Clarendon has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and some 3,506 square feet total. There are also two private decks and two parking spaces.

The tag is $10.5 million through Megan Kopman at Compass.

1 Franklin Street, #3703-3704

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This 4,318-square-foot, 37th-floor Millennium Tower perch comes with four bedrooms and six full bathrooms. The price also includes four (!) parking spaces.

What is that price? $9.65 million through Michael Doherty at Citylife.

25 Beacon Street, #4

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This 3,583-square-foot three-bedroom with three and a half bathrooms is part of a newly constructed four-unit building.

It is asking $9.35 million through Tracy Campion.

50 Liberty Drive, #PH 1A

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This newish 3,573-square-foot penthouse with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms is asking $9,100,225 through Mary Benoit.

The tag includes two parking spaces.

7 Mount Vernon Place

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The 7,500-square-foot Greek Revival townhouse is on sale as a shell for $8,995,000 through Gibson Sotheby’s Beth Dickerson. It is up to the buyer to build out the interior.

The circa 1830 townhouse is a former commercial property of the Unitarian church.

77 Chestnut Street

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The first non-condo to land on the list of Boston’s 25 most expensive homes for sale is a 6,550-square-foot four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom asking $8,995,000.

Michael Harper at Coldwell Banker has the listing.

49 Mt Vernon Street, #2

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This 4,617-square-foot penthouse triplex has three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms—and a price tag of $8,995,000.

It is the product of a major renovation and is on sale through Gibson Sotheby’s Beth Dickerson.

300 Pier 4 Boulevard, #PHM

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This rather precisely priced penthouse—$8,743,240—at an under-construction waterfront condo complex is slated to run to 2,564 square feet and contain three bedrooms as well as three and a half bathrooms.

Janice Dumont has the listing.

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33 Beaver Place

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The 4,664-square-foot converted carriage house includes four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and a 40-foot-wide private deck with a fire pit out back. It also comes with a garage for two.

The tag $8,495,000 through Gibson Sotheby’s Beth Dickerson.

1 Huntington Avenue, #PH 1801

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This ornate penthouse in Trinity Place runs to 4,298 square feet and includes five bedrooms as well as five full bathrooms.

There is a private deck and Charles River views.

It’s asking $8.25 million through Beth Dickerson.

274 Beacon Street, #9R

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This 6,000-square-foot duplex penthouse includes six bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms.

The asking is $7,995,000 through Gibson Sotheby’s George Ballantyne.

80 Commonwealth Avenue, #3

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The 3,560-square-foot condo with four bedrooms and four bathrooms is the product of a brownstone renovation.

It is asking $7.8 million through Kevin Caulfield at Compass.

14 Chestnut Street

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The 7,011-square-foot triplex here is asking $7.75 million through Sally Brewster at Brewster & Berkowitz.

It includes the potential for eight bedrooms.

6 Arlington Street, #8

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The 3,319-square-foot condo includes 22 windows, four bedrooms, and four and a half bathrooms.

It’s asking $7.75 million through Jonathan Radford Coldwell Banker.

300 Boylston Street, #1202

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This freshly built penthouse runs to 2,426 square feet, and includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.

It’s asking $7,599,000 through Jeannemarie Conley at Compass.

381 Beacon Street

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Another rare townhouse entry: This 5,165-square-footer with five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms includes a roof deck.

It wants $6.49 million through Campion & Co.

32 Lime Street

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The 5,194-square-foot townhouse in the flat of Beacon Hill has five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.

It wants $6.4 million through Campion & Co.

2 Commonwealth Avenue, #11H

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This corner duplex runs to 2,517 square feet, and it includes two bedrooms as well as two and a half bathrooms.

The asking price is $6,295,000 through Marsh Properties.

401 Beacon Street, #2B

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This 3,715-square-foot build-out at the future Lydon condo is expected to have five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.

It’s asking $7.4 million through Rene Rodriguez at Cabot & Co.

401 Beacon Street, #IV

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This 2,840-square-foot build-out is expected to include three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.

Cabot & Co.’s Rene Rodriguez has listed it for $6.6 million.

100 Beacon Street, #7

An elevator leads directly to this 4,140-square-foot condo with four bedrooms and four full bathrooms.

The $7.9 million price includes two valeted parking spaces. Campion & Co. has the listing.

2 Avery Street, #PH3C

The 4,663-square-foot Ritz listing offers three bedrooms and three full bathrooms.

It’s asking $7.45 million through Keller Williams.

10 Farnsworth, #PH

This 4,312-square-foot condo with three bedrooms and three full bathrooms is part of a new development.

The spread is asking $7.5 million through Campion & Co., and its Fort Point location means it’s the most expensive Boston listing outside of the usual Beacon Hill-Back Bay-Downtown axis.

89 Beacon Street, #PH

This 5,703-square-foot penthouse planned for 89 Beacon Street is on sale through Shelagh Brennan for $15.995 million, making it the most expensive residential property on the Boston market as of early March.

The space is due to include four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms as well as touches such as 36 windows and a sweeping private deck. There will be parking, too.

776 Boylston Street, #E9-A

The 3,500-square-foot spread at the Mandarin includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms—and a price tag of $13.5 million.

It’s on sale through Tony Guthrie at Robert Paul Properties.

400 Stuart Street, #19D

This spread at the Clarendon has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and some 3,506 square feet total. There are also two private decks and two parking spaces.

The tag is $10.5 million through Megan Kopman at Compass.

1 Franklin Street, #3703-3704

This 4,318-square-foot, 37th-floor Millennium Tower perch comes with four bedrooms and six full bathrooms. The price also includes four (!) parking spaces.

What is that price? $9.65 million through Michael Doherty at Citylife.

25 Beacon Street, #4

This 3,583-square-foot three-bedroom with three and a half bathrooms is part of a newly constructed four-unit building.

It is asking $9.35 million through Tracy Campion.

50 Liberty Drive, #PH 1A

This newish 3,573-square-foot penthouse with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms is asking $9,100,225 through Mary Benoit.

The tag includes two parking spaces.

7 Mount Vernon Place

The 7,500-square-foot Greek Revival townhouse is on sale as a shell for $8,995,000 through Gibson Sotheby’s Beth Dickerson. It is up to the buyer to build out the interior.

The circa 1830 townhouse is a former commercial property of the Unitarian church.

77 Chestnut Street

The first non-condo to land on the list of Boston’s 25 most expensive homes for sale is a 6,550-square-foot four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom asking $8,995,000.

Michael Harper at Coldwell Banker has the listing.

49 Mt Vernon Street, #2

This 4,617-square-foot penthouse triplex has three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms—and a price tag of $8,995,000.

It is the product of a major renovation and is on sale through Gibson Sotheby’s Beth Dickerson.

300 Pier 4 Boulevard, #PHM

This rather precisely priced penthouse—$8,743,240—at an under-construction waterfront condo complex is slated to run to 2,564 square feet and contain three bedrooms as well as three and a half bathrooms.

Janice Dumont has the listing.

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