These Are the Most Expensive Homes in Massachusetts

They range from a three-bedroom condo to a private island.

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Photos via Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty and Robert Paul Properties

Those in the market for a new house may be inclined to peruse the lowest-priced homes first. But the researchers at real estate analytics firm NeighborhoodX did the opposite.

In a new report, NeighborhoodX identified the most expensive homes for sale in Massachusetts. The list of 14 homes is, well, astounding. Their asking prices range from a paltry $12.5 million to $90 million, and they span from Weston to Orleans.

The most expensive home of all can be found at 150 Woodland Road in Brookline. It’s the sprawling mansion of Reebok founder Paul Fireman, and is more than four times the price of the second most expensive home, priced at $20 million. The manor has eight bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, five partial bathrooms, and a four-car garage.

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On the other end of the spectrum is a three-bedroom penthouse in Millennium Tower. The $12.5 million unit is the height of luxury (literally), offering panoramic views of the city, a private terrace, a marble bathroom, and two gas fireplaces. For the same price, you can also buy your own private island off the coast of Cape Cod. Sipson Island in Orleans is a 25-acre chunk of land in Pleasant Bay, and comes with multiple dwellings, two boathouses, and three docks.

Other highlights include a contemporary castle in Brookline at 55 Leicester Street and a $20 million mansion on Beacon Street.

See the complete list of Massachusetts’ most expensive homes below.