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7 Stunning On-the-Market Homes

By Ashley Wu | August 4, 2020 | Home & Real Estate


The pool at 7 Spring Street

These properties immerse residents in elegant architecture and state-of the-art amenities.

1. 7 Spring St., Duxbury

Designed by Campbell Smith Architects and JB Robbie Builders, this custom home occupies a private beach on Standish Shore. The open living area, featuring paneled windows offering 180-degree views of the water, flows into the kitchen, which sports a coffered ceiling and glazed tiles behind the kitchen hood. The house’s opulent design reflects the natural beauty of the waterfront. $8.5 million, Jeff Alexander, 415.595.6999,

2. 14 W. Parish Lane, Boxford

This home exudes modern style with its curved architecture and minimalist aesthetic. Situated on 6.1 acres of land, the six-bedroom home provides secluded comfort in the West Parish subdivision. The main home is accompanied by a carriage house and storage building that could be allocated toward a plethora of residential uses, such as a home gym or a large office. $1.375 million, Robb Cohen, 617.962.0142,

3. 33 Naples Road, Brookline

This sprawling six-bedroom property is ideal for the art aficionado. Built on Coolidge Corner, the home boasts a grand staircase outfitted with carved wood detailing. Two fireplaces add rustic charm to this renovated property and provide comfort in the winter, and a sprawling yard allows residents to commune with nature in the warmer months. $2.95 million, Barbra Thomas, 617.967.8401.,

4. 63 Cart Path Road, Weston

Outfitted with spectacular amenities such as a yoga room, tennis court, media room and home gym, this 4.1- acre mansion is designed to enhance comfort. The home guarantees that residents have access to a healthy, athletic lifestyle with scenic views of the 11th and 12th holes of the Weston Golf Club. $10.9 million, Kathryn Richlen, 781.507.1650,

5. 144 Warren Ave., Unit 2, South End

In the four-bedroom penthouse, sunlight streams through the living room windows, and there’s ample space for guests and children to roam comfortably. The home also contains a walkin closet with plenty of room to accommodate wares from South End’s abundant shops, including shopping centers such as Copley Place and Prudential Center. $4.995 million, Kevin Caulfield, 617.501.3685,

6. 242 Beacon St., Unit 3, Back Bay

Situated in one of Back Bay’s iconic Victorian brownstones, this home features an open, single level that evokes a mix of opulence and comfort. A large marble fireplace built with indigo jewel tones keeps dwellers warm in the Boston winters. In the open chef’s kitchen, appliances from Gaggenau and Sub-Zero ensure meals are set in a soothing, modern environment. The master bedroom is a haven with its en suite bath and panoramic deck views of the Charles River. $4.2 million, Kevin Caulfield, 617.501.3685,

7. 350 W. Broadway, Unit 8, South Boston

Light streams into this twobedroom, three-bath penthouse duplex through large paneled glass. The windows open onto a massive deck that reveals views of the city from Back Bay, Downtown Boston and Fort Point. The home’s interior is just as stylish as the exterior; chilled grayscale on the walls lends an air of elegance to the space. $2.099 million, Samantha Jason Lehman, 617.756.2560,

Photography by: Courtesy of Realtor