Boston's priciest home sales this year ranged from a $12,500,000 deal for a dictatorial townhouse on Commonwealth to a $4,500,000 one for a not-so-dictatorial-but-still-make-your-friends-jealous triplex on Commonwealth. And in between were price-chops galore, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, the "ultimate 1 percenter status symbol," and other high-end madness. A few notes before we get to the goods: info culled from our pals at LINK Boston and Zillow, as well as from our archives; closed deals only (we're not including the Ames-Webster Mansion, for instance); and it's not our fault these 15 fall in just a couple of neighborhoods, basically.
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