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Boston's 10 most expensive home sales in August

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Newer condos dominated the 10 most expensive home sales in Boston in August. Fully seven were in either ongoing conversions at 380 Commonwealth Avenue and 448 Beacon Street in Back Bay or in the recently opened Millennium Tower at 1 Franklin Street in Downtown Crossing.

As for the other three, one was a condo in a familiar address and the other two were adorable townhouses. Thanks to real estate research site OpenHouse for the data.

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1. Residences at Hooper Mansion, #PH6

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448 Beacon St
Boston, MA 02115

This 6,252-square-foot product of a recent conversion sold for its asking of $13,250,000. It comes with four parking spaces, including two garaged.

2. Residences at Hooper Mansion, Unit 5

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448 Beacon St
Boston, MA 02115

This 4,004-square-foot spread at the Hooper went for $300,000 over its asking, closing for $10,250,000. It comes with two parking spaces.

3. 380 Commonwealth Avenue, #4

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380 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

The 3,524-square-foot condo, part of a conversion of Harvard Club property, was listed for $6,350,000 and traded in the end for the rather precise sum of $6,452,130.71. It includes direct elevator access and two parking spaces.

4. 380 Commonwealth Avenue, #3

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380 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

The 4,052-square-foot spread at the Harvard Club conversion went for $250,000 under its asking, closing at $6,400,000. The condo comes with direct elevator access and two parking spaces.

5. Millennium Tower, #4703

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1 Franklin St
Boston, MA 02110

The 2,773-square-foot, 47th-floor perch sold for its exact asking of $5,350,000.

6. Millennium Tower, #4806

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1 Franklin St
Boston, MA 02110

The 2,663-square-foot, 48th-floor condo went for its exact asking of $5,250,000.

7. Millennium Tower, #3903

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1 Franklin St
Boston, MA 02110

A 39th-floor perch running to 2,222 square feet, it sold for its asking of $5,200,000.

8. Mandarin Oriental, #PH-1D

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776 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02199
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The 1,985-square-foot penthouse went for $300,000 off its asking, closing for $4,600,000.

9. 92 Pinckney Street

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92 Pinckney St
Boston, MA 02108

This renovated corner townhouse runs to 3,344 square feet and went for a whopping $550,000 off its asking price. It closed for $3,950,000.

10. 36 West Cedar Street

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36 W Cedar St
Boston, MA 02108

This 3,356-square-foot townhouse went for its asking of $3,700,000. It includes an onsite garage.

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1. Residences at Hooper Mansion, #PH6

448 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02115

This 6,252-square-foot product of a recent conversion sold for its asking of $13,250,000. It comes with four parking spaces, including two garaged.

448 Beacon St
Boston, MA 02115

2. Residences at Hooper Mansion, Unit 5

448 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02115

This 4,004-square-foot spread at the Hooper went for $300,000 over its asking, closing for $10,250,000. It comes with two parking spaces.

448 Beacon St
Boston, MA 02115

3. 380 Commonwealth Avenue, #4

380 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

The 3,524-square-foot condo, part of a conversion of Harvard Club property, was listed for $6,350,000 and traded in the end for the rather precise sum of $6,452,130.71. It includes direct elevator access and two parking spaces.

380 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

4. 380 Commonwealth Avenue, #3

380 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

The 4,052-square-foot spread at the Harvard Club conversion went for $250,000 under its asking, closing at $6,400,000. The condo comes with direct elevator access and two parking spaces.

380 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

5. Millennium Tower, #4703

1 Franklin St, Boston, MA 02110

The 2,773-square-foot, 47th-floor perch sold for its exact asking of $5,350,000.

1 Franklin St
Boston, MA 02110

6. Millennium Tower, #4806

1 Franklin St, Boston, MA 02110

The 2,663-square-foot, 48th-floor condo went for its exact asking of $5,250,000.

1 Franklin St
Boston, MA 02110

7. Millennium Tower, #3903

1 Franklin St, Boston, MA 02110

A 39th-floor perch running to 2,222 square feet, it sold for its asking of $5,200,000.

1 Franklin St
Boston, MA 02110

8. Mandarin Oriental, #PH-1D

776 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02199

The 1,985-square-foot penthouse went for $300,000 off its asking, closing for $4,600,000.

776 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02199

9. 92 Pinckney Street

92 Pinckney St, Boston, MA 02108

This renovated corner townhouse runs to 3,344 square feet and went for a whopping $550,000 off its asking price. It closed for $3,950,000.

92 Pinckney St
Boston, MA 02108

10. 36 West Cedar Street

36 W Cedar St, Boston, MA 02108

This 3,356-square-foot townhouse went for its asking of $3,700,000. It includes an onsite garage.

36 W Cedar St
Boston, MA 02108