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Boston's 10 most expensive home sales in July, mapped

Sales in new developments such as Millennium Tower and Twenty Two Liberty abound

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Sales in new developments such as Millennium Tower, Twenty Two Liberty, and Four51 Marlborough were among the 10 priciest in Boston in July, according to new figures from real estate search site OpenHouse. Also among the most gobsmacking tags for the four weeks ended July 31 were a number of under-asks.

That's right: In a real estate market where it seems every listing ends in a bidding war chock-a-block bags of cash, several of the biggest deals from last month closed only after often-titanic price-chops.

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1. Four51 Marlborough, #PH5

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451 Marlborough St
Boston, MA 02115

The 5,797-square-foot penthouse was asking $9,995,000 and went for $7,500,000. The two-level spread, the biggest in the new eight-unit development, includes outdoor space and three garaged parking spots.

2. 50 Burroughs Wharf, #PH9

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50 Battery St
Boston, MA 02109

The penthouse duplex was asking $6,300,000 and went for $5,900,000. It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two garaged parking spaces.

3. 380 Commonwealth Avenue, #5

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380 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

This 3-BR, 3.5-BA is part of the redevelopment of the Harvard Club Annex. The 2,952-square-foot spread with two parking spaces and direct elevator access went for its exact asking price: $5,350,000.

4. Millennium Tower, #5206

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1 Franklin St
Boston, MA 02108

The biggest July close in Boston's tallest residential tower involved a 3-BR, 3.5-BA on the new spire's 52nd floor. The 2,663-square-footer went for its exact asking: $5,250,000. It's not clear if parking is included in the price.

5. 380 Commonwealth Avenue, #2

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380 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

This 3-BR, 3.5-BA is part of the conversion of the Harvard Club Annex. The 2,966-square-foot spread with two deeded parking spaces sold for $5,200,000, or $300,000 off its asking price.

6. 172 Beacon Street, #8

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172 Beacon St
Boston, MA 02116

The 4-BR, 3-BA with direct elevator access wanted $4,650,000. It went in the end for $4,505,000. It's not clear whether parking is included in the price.

7. 13 Hereford Street

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13 Hereford St
Boston, MA 02115

Finally, a single-family makes an appearance. The 4,253-square-foot townhouse dates from the 1870s and has five bedrooms as well as four bathrooms. It was asking $3,975,000 and went for $4,300,000.

8. The Clarendon, #22E

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400 Stuart St
Boston, MA 02116

The 3-BR, 3.5-BA on the 22nd floor of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building was asking $3,995,000 and went for $3,945,000. This 1,958-square-foot condo is another spread that does not seem to include parking in its price.

9. 61 Chestnut Street

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61 Chestnut St
Boston, MA 02108

Another single-family, this gorgeous Greek Revival comes with six bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and six fireplaces. It's got a private deck, too (though no parking, it looks like). The original tag was $3,850,000 and the final was $3,855,000.

10. Twenty Two Liberty, #7B

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22 Liberty Drive
Boston, MA 02210

This 1,635-square-foot 2-BR, 2.5-BA in the newish waterfront palace went for its exact asking price: $3,750,000. Garage parking and outdoor space is included (and you might run into Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who also bought in the building).

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1. Four51 Marlborough, #PH5

451 Marlborough St, Boston, MA 02115

The 5,797-square-foot penthouse was asking $9,995,000 and went for $7,500,000. The two-level spread, the biggest in the new eight-unit development, includes outdoor space and three garaged parking spots.

451 Marlborough St
Boston, MA 02115

2. 50 Burroughs Wharf, #PH9

50 Battery St, Boston, MA 02109

The penthouse duplex was asking $6,300,000 and went for $5,900,000. It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two garaged parking spaces.

50 Battery St
Boston, MA 02109

3. 380 Commonwealth Avenue, #5

380 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

This 3-BR, 3.5-BA is part of the redevelopment of the Harvard Club Annex. The 2,952-square-foot spread with two parking spaces and direct elevator access went for its exact asking price: $5,350,000.

380 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

4. Millennium Tower, #5206

1 Franklin St, Boston, MA 02108

The biggest July close in Boston's tallest residential tower involved a 3-BR, 3.5-BA on the new spire's 52nd floor. The 2,663-square-footer went for its exact asking: $5,250,000. It's not clear if parking is included in the price.

1 Franklin St
Boston, MA 02108

5. 380 Commonwealth Avenue, #2

380 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

This 3-BR, 3.5-BA is part of the conversion of the Harvard Club Annex. The 2,966-square-foot spread with two deeded parking spaces sold for $5,200,000, or $300,000 off its asking price.

380 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

6. 172 Beacon Street, #8

172 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02116

The 4-BR, 3-BA with direct elevator access wanted $4,650,000. It went in the end for $4,505,000. It's not clear whether parking is included in the price.

172 Beacon St
Boston, MA 02116

7. 13 Hereford Street

13 Hereford St, Boston, MA 02115

Finally, a single-family makes an appearance. The 4,253-square-foot townhouse dates from the 1870s and has five bedrooms as well as four bathrooms. It was asking $3,975,000 and went for $4,300,000.

13 Hereford St
Boston, MA 02115

8. The Clarendon, #22E

400 Stuart St, Boston, MA 02116

The 3-BR, 3.5-BA on the 22nd floor of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building was asking $3,995,000 and went for $3,945,000. This 1,958-square-foot condo is another spread that does not seem to include parking in its price.

400 Stuart St
Boston, MA 02116

9. 61 Chestnut Street

61 Chestnut St, Boston, MA 02108

Another single-family, this gorgeous Greek Revival comes with six bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and six fireplaces. It's got a private deck, too (though no parking, it looks like). The original tag was $3,850,000 and the final was $3,855,000.

61 Chestnut St
Boston, MA 02108

10. Twenty Two Liberty, #7B

22 Liberty Drive, Boston, MA 02210

This 1,635-square-foot 2-BR, 2.5-BA in the newish waterfront palace went for its exact asking price: $3,750,000. Garage parking and outdoor space is included (and you might run into Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who also bought in the building).

22 Liberty Drive
Boston, MA 02210