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The 25 most expensive homes for sale in Boston, mapped

Condos dominate

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Condos, especially those in newer developments such as Millennium Tower and the Whitwell, dominate our updated map of the 25 most expensive homes for sale in Boston.

There is only one proper single-family home among the whole bunch, in fact, though the most expensive address here has the potential to be a ginormous mansion. (H/t Estately for help with the data.)

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40 Beacon Street

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Four of the five condos in the massive Beacon Hill building are asking $20,000,000 total. The units are on sale as an especially tantalizing multi-family—the Greek revival has the necessary approvals for 1,844 additional gross square feet and nine underground parking spaces—but they could also end up as one, big private residence.

6 Mount Vernon Place

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The 7,500-square-foot Greek Revival has three bedrooms and nine bathrooms (six full). It is former commercial space for the Unitarian Universalist Association, which sold it and its neighbor at No. 7 in March 2014. It is asking $12,950,000 with a commitment from the developer to complete all exterior work. Small caveat: The townhouse is available as a shell for just $8,500,000.

Millennium Tower, #PH 3B

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The 4,110-square-foot 3-BR, 4.5-BA in the recently opened spire is asking a $12,500,000. That is more than $3,000 a square foot, an incredible sum for Boston. It includes two gas fireplaces and two valeted parking spaces.

The Lydon, #2/3

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The conversion of this apartment building into six luxury condos got underway in the fall. The priciest unit still available is the duplex Unit 2/3, which wants $11,900,000 for its 5,750 square feet, four bedrooms, and five and a half bathrooms.

25 Beacon, #2

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Unit 2 is one of only six condos in the under-conversion 25 Beacon. The 4,015-square-foot 3-BR, 3-BA overlooking the Common wants $10,500,000.

Millennium Tower, #3703-04

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This condo spreads over 4,318 square feet on the tower's 37th floor. It has four bedrooms, an incredible six full bathrooms, and wants $10,000,000.

200-202 Beacon Street, #1/3

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This 5,410-square-foot maisonette runs over three floors and includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. There's also a patio and a roof deck. The tag? $9,995,000.

Millennium Tower, #PH 4E

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The 3,435-square-foot penthouse includes three bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. The asking price is $9,750,000.

Residences at Hooper Mansion, #4

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This 4,132-square-foot condo in the recently converted building includes four bedrooms and a four and a half bathrooms. Two parking spaces come with the $9,495,000 price.

50 Liberty, #PH 1A

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This 3,573-square-foot spread asking $9,100,225 is part of the Seaport's newest condo development. The spread includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.

25 Beacon, #5

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The 3,577-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA—one of only six units at the ongoing conversion—is asking $9,000,000 even.

Trinity Place, #1702

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The 4-BR, 4.5-BA penthouse spreading to 3,618 square feet comes with a 455-square-foot terrace. The asking tag is $7,995,000. It was asking $9.25M last spring.

Residences at Number 9, #2

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This 2,770-square-foot unit unfolds over the entire second floor and includes three bedrooms as well as two and a half bathrooms. The asking price is $7,250,000 following steep cuts from $8,700,000 this summer.

Twenty Two Liberty, #12A

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Twenty Two Liberty is not even two years old, so Unit 12A is particularly shiny. It's a 2,756-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA with a price tag of $7,195,000.

Millennium Tower, #5102

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This 3,172-square-foot spread includes 28 floor-to-ceiling windows. The 3-BR, 4.5-BA wants $7,175,000.

9 Chestnut Street

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The first single-family to make the list, 9 Chestnut runs to 5,141 square and has been thoroughly renovated. It includes four bedrooms and four bathrooms; and a price tag of $6,995,000.

The Lucas, #6

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The ongoing conversion of the old Holy Trinity German Catholic Church and rectory in the South End is one of Boston's more dramatic development projects. Unit 6 is the most expensive of its 33 units still available. The 5,295-square-foot 4-BR, 5.5-BA wants $6,750,000.

The Whitwell, #6A

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The 2,994-square-foot 3-BR, 4.5-BA condo is part of an ongoing conversion of an old Suffolk University building. The price is $6,500,000.

Millennium Tower, #PH 2D

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This 2-BR, 2.5-BA runs to 2,670 square feet and is asking $6,450,000.

Ritz-Carlton Boston, #33E

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The 3,246-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA comes complete with two valeted parking spaces. It is asking $6,295,000 after a $104,000 price-chop in late October.

The Whitwell, #6B

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This 3,198-square-foot 3-BR, 4.5-BA condo in the ongoing conversion wants $6,250,000.

Residences at the Harvard Club, #4

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This 3,704-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA condo is part of a five-unit conversion of a Harvard Club property. The spread is asking $6,250,000.

Trinity Place, #PH 1802

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The 2,864-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA has 11-foot ceilings (the highest in the tower) and an asking price of $6,250,000.

474 Beacon Street, #1

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This 2,710-square-foot, 3-BR, 2.5-BA duplex is a new-construction project that is scheduled to wrap this spring. It's asking $5,950,000.

The Lydon, #3

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The conversion of this apartment building into six luxury condos got underway in the fall. This 2,900-square-foot 3-BR, 2.5-BA is asking $5,950,000.

40 Beacon Street

Four of the five condos in the massive Beacon Hill building are asking $20,000,000 total. The units are on sale as an especially tantalizing multi-family—the Greek revival has the necessary approvals for 1,844 additional gross square feet and nine underground parking spaces—but they could also end up as one, big private residence.

6 Mount Vernon Place

The 7,500-square-foot Greek Revival has three bedrooms and nine bathrooms (six full). It is former commercial space for the Unitarian Universalist Association, which sold it and its neighbor at No. 7 in March 2014. It is asking $12,950,000 with a commitment from the developer to complete all exterior work. Small caveat: The townhouse is available as a shell for just $8,500,000.

Millennium Tower, #PH 3B

The 4,110-square-foot 3-BR, 4.5-BA in the recently opened spire is asking a $12,500,000. That is more than $3,000 a square foot, an incredible sum for Boston. It includes two gas fireplaces and two valeted parking spaces.

The Lydon, #2/3

The conversion of this apartment building into six luxury condos got underway in the fall. The priciest unit still available is the duplex Unit 2/3, which wants $11,900,000 for its 5,750 square feet, four bedrooms, and five and a half bathrooms.

25 Beacon, #2

Unit 2 is one of only six condos in the under-conversion 25 Beacon. The 4,015-square-foot 3-BR, 3-BA overlooking the Common wants $10,500,000.

Millennium Tower, #3703-04

This condo spreads over 4,318 square feet on the tower's 37th floor. It has four bedrooms, an incredible six full bathrooms, and wants $10,000,000.

200-202 Beacon Street, #1/3

This 5,410-square-foot maisonette runs over three floors and includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. There's also a patio and a roof deck. The tag? $9,995,000.

Millennium Tower, #PH 4E

The 3,435-square-foot penthouse includes three bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. The asking price is $9,750,000.

Residences at Hooper Mansion, #4

This 4,132-square-foot condo in the recently converted building includes four bedrooms and a four and a half bathrooms. Two parking spaces come with the $9,495,000 price.

50 Liberty, #PH 1A

This 3,573-square-foot spread asking $9,100,225 is part of the Seaport's newest condo development. The spread includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.

25 Beacon, #5

The 3,577-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA—one of only six units at the ongoing conversion—is asking $9,000,000 even.

Trinity Place, #1702

The 4-BR, 4.5-BA penthouse spreading to 3,618 square feet comes with a 455-square-foot terrace. The asking tag is $7,995,000. It was asking $9.25M last spring.

Residences at Number 9, #2

This 2,770-square-foot unit unfolds over the entire second floor and includes three bedrooms as well as two and a half bathrooms. The asking price is $7,250,000 following steep cuts from $8,700,000 this summer.

Twenty Two Liberty, #12A

Twenty Two Liberty is not even two years old, so Unit 12A is particularly shiny. It's a 2,756-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA with a price tag of $7,195,000.

Millennium Tower, #5102

This 3,172-square-foot spread includes 28 floor-to-ceiling windows. The 3-BR, 4.5-BA wants $7,175,000.

9 Chestnut Street

The first single-family to make the list, 9 Chestnut runs to 5,141 square and has been thoroughly renovated. It includes four bedrooms and four bathrooms; and a price tag of $6,995,000.

The Lucas, #6

The ongoing conversion of the old Holy Trinity German Catholic Church and rectory in the South End is one of Boston's more dramatic development projects. Unit 6 is the most expensive of its 33 units still available. The 5,295-square-foot 4-BR, 5.5-BA wants $6,750,000.

The Whitwell, #6A

The 2,994-square-foot 3-BR, 4.5-BA condo is part of an ongoing conversion of an old Suffolk University building. The price is $6,500,000.

Millennium Tower, #PH 2D

This 2-BR, 2.5-BA runs to 2,670 square feet and is asking $6,450,000.

Ritz-Carlton Boston, #33E

The 3,246-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA comes complete with two valeted parking spaces. It is asking $6,295,000 after a $104,000 price-chop in late October.

The Whitwell, #6B

This 3,198-square-foot 3-BR, 4.5-BA condo in the ongoing conversion wants $6,250,000.

Residences at the Harvard Club, #4

This 3,704-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA condo is part of a five-unit conversion of a Harvard Club property. The spread is asking $6,250,000.

Trinity Place, #PH 1802

The 2,864-square-foot 3-BR, 3.5-BA has 11-foot ceilings (the highest in the tower) and an asking price of $6,250,000.

474 Beacon Street, #1