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

Millennium Tower dominates

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The recently opened Millennium Tower in Downtown Crossing dominated the 10 most expensive home sales in Boston in September. The 60-floor spire, New England's tallest residential building, accounted for fully half of the trades. Three of those five Millennium Tower units, interestingly enough, were the exact same size (2,773 square feet) though on different floors.

Other notable properties that made the pricey cut included the Four Seasons and a Back Bay townhouse damaged by a fire in 2011.

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197 Marlborough Street

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A fire damaged this 7,575-square-foot townhouse in 2011, and it has since been thoroughly renovated. It sold for $12,000,000 even after asking as much as $12,950,000.

Residences at the Four Seasons, #1205/1209

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The combined-unit spread, which runs to 3,300 square feet, had been asking as much as $10,250,000. It went for $8,875,000.

9 Arlington Street

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The 3,804-square-foot, 10-room, three-fireplace townhouse was asking $8,499,000 and went for $8,150,000.

Millennium Tower, #4602

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This 3,172-square-foot, 46-floor spread in the recently opened spire went for its exact asking price of $6,675,000.

5 Byron Street, #5

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This 5,323-square-foot condo whose interior Graham Gund designed first dropped in January 2014 for $6,950,000. It went in the end for $6,000,000 even.

Millennium Tower, #5503

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The 55th-floor, 2,773-square-foot spread went for its exact asking price of $5,750,000.

Millennium Tower, #5203

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The 52nd-floor, 2,773-square-foot condo went for its exact asking price of $5,600,000.

370 Beacon Street, #3

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The 3,300-square-foot co-op sold for $5,500,000. That was $299,000 off its asking.

Millennium Tower, #5103

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The 51st-floor, 2,773-square-foot condo traded for its asking price of $5,400,000.

Millennium Tower, #4203

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The 42nd-floor, 2,222-square-foot condo wanted $4,600,000 and got just that.

197 Marlborough Street

A fire damaged this 7,575-square-foot townhouse in 2011, and it has since been thoroughly renovated. It sold for $12,000,000 even after asking as much as $12,950,000.

Residences at the Four Seasons, #1205/1209

The combined-unit spread, which runs to 3,300 square feet, had been asking as much as $10,250,000. It went for $8,875,000.

9 Arlington Street

The 3,804-square-foot, 10-room, three-fireplace townhouse was asking $8,499,000 and went for $8,150,000.

Millennium Tower, #4602

This 3,172-square-foot, 46-floor spread in the recently opened spire went for its exact asking price of $6,675,000.

5 Byron Street, #5

This 5,323-square-foot condo whose interior Graham Gund designed first dropped in January 2014 for $6,950,000. It went in the end for $6,000,000 even.

Millennium Tower, #5503

The 55th-floor, 2,773-square-foot spread went for its exact asking price of $5,750,000.

Millennium Tower, #5203

The 52nd-floor, 2,773-square-foot condo went for its exact asking price of $5,600,000.

370 Beacon Street, #3

The 3,300-square-foot co-op sold for $5,500,000. That was $299,000 off its asking.

Millennium Tower, #5103

The 51st-floor, 2,773-square-foot condo traded for its asking price of $5,400,000.

Millennium Tower, #4203

The 42nd-floor, 2,222-square-foot condo wanted $4,600,000 and got just that.