An Almost $10 Million Townhouse Just Hit the Market in Back Bay
It's officially the most expensive home for sale on Marlborough Street.
Bostonians, meet the ultra-luxe abode that just became the most expensive home for sale on Marlborough Street. This Back Bay pad hit the market this week for a whopping $9.895 million.
The more than 6,000-square-foot townhouse at 445 Marlborough is outfitted with top-of-the-line bells and whistles, naturally. (Think: Smart lighting and shade controls, video cameras, and an intercom.) The place has been recently renovated by architecture firm Hacin + Associates and builder Sleeping Dog Properties, offering a contemporary feel in a historical 1885 building.
Inside, there are six bedrooms—all with en-suite bathrooms—formal living and dining rooms, an open-concept kitchen, a five-floor elevator, two offices, a playroom, a gym, a den, six full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms. The house counts three fireplaces, three separate laundry facilities, two wet bars, and two kitchenettes. The property also comes with a two-car garage, two extra parking spaces, and two good-sized roof decks.
Listed by Tracy Campion of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate, the almost $10 million townhouse is steps from Kenmore Square. For comparison, the next most-expensive house on the brick sidewalk-lined promenade is a $4.99 million home for sale at the corner of Gloucester Street. It is also listed by Tracy Campion. And to compare the place to the real estate market of yesteryear, 445 Marlborough sold for $1,700,000 in 2006. (!)
Take a look inside below and see the listing here.