The City’s Most Expensive Homes Are Incredible
In some cities, the most expensive properties on the market are sprawling mansions with indoor Olympic-sized pools and private spas. But in Boston, the priciest pads aren’t mansions per se—they’re jaw-dropping townhouses and condos.
A new report on Boston’s luxury market from real estate search portal Point2 Homes compiled the most expensive homes for sale in the city. They range from $6.5 million to $20 million, with several hovering near $12 million.
The property in the top spot is the Beacon Street abode once home to General Electric CEO Jack Welch. (The home is ready to be subdivided into four luxury units, which explains its $20 million price tag.) Other homes in Back Bay and Beacon Hill clock in not far behind, followed by a couple of ultra-luxe units in Millennium Tower.
The point? These homes in the top tier are nothing short of incredible. Here, find the five properties we’d scoop up in a heartbeat (if given the chance).
32 Derne Street, Beacon Hill
Size: 6,270 square feet
Baths: 7 full, 2 partial
25 Beacon Street, Beacon Hill
Size: 4,015 square feet
77 Chestnut Street, Beacon Hill
Size: 6,550 square feet
163 Marlborough Street, Back Bay
Size: 4,865 square feet
225 Beacon Street, Back Bay
Size: 6,741 square feet
Baths: 5 full, 2 half