Here Are the Largest Homes for Sale in Greater Boston
In a city with old, narrow streets and small, aging brick buildings, Bostonians live out their day-to-day in pretty jam-packed places. That’s why we’re looking into spreading out a bit—in the suburbs, of course.
If you’re lucky enough to be in the market for a new mansion, look no further than this list of the largest homes for sale in Greater Boston. Compiled by real estate data firm NeighborhoodX, the list features 30 homes that range between 22,000 square feet and 6,270 square feet. (For good measure, there are a few listings that are within city limits.)
The huge house that tops the list? A Georgian Revival manor in Lancaster that was built by the architect who dreamed up Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts. About an hour outside of the city, this sprawling home could fit 55 oh-so-trendy micro-apartments inside of it, or a little more than 65 studio apartments.
The second-largest home is at 63 Cart Path Road in Weston. This home is also a Georgian manor, but happens to be asking $8 million more. It’s about the same size as the Lancaster home, but is significantly closer to the city in Weston. In fact, the majority of the residences on the list topping 10,000 square feet are clustered in Weston.
Overall, asking prices range from $2.19 million to $17.9 million. Wondering about the other 28 homes? See the interactive chart here or peep the graphic below.