The 5 Most Expensive Homes in Boston

By Marni Elyse Katz and Jaci Conry | June 3, 2019 | Home & Real Estate Feature

Real estate in Boston is hotter than ever. The following residences top the market and offer the utmost in luxury living.

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1 FRANKLIN STREET- $45,000,000

The city’s most expensive listing leads the market by a whopping amount—nearly $30 million. It’s the Grand Penthouse at the Millennium Tower, a residence that consists of the building’s entire 60th floor and comprises over 13,000 square feet. With panoramic views of the city, residents of the building have access to a full range of top-of-the-line amenities, including a pool and fitness facility, private screening room and owners club lounge. However, specific details of the unit—including photos—are shrouded in secrecy; for more information, interested buyers must be prequalified. Michael Moran, Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, 617.733.7660, gibsonsothebysrealty.com

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10 ROWES WHARF - $16,000,000

The home sprawls over 7,000 square feet with four bedrooms and seven baths; the entire third floor is devoted to a lavish entertaining space with ceilings that soar to 27 feet. The impressive landscape is integrated into the home via floor-to-ceiling windows in nearly every room, plus three terraces. The harbor views from this penthouse unit are unrivaled, and the interior offers endless opportunities to take in the vista, along with unfettered views of the Greenway and city skyline. Tracey Campion, Campion & Company, 617.236.0711, campionre.com

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776 BOYLSTON STREET - $13,500,000

Located in the Mandarin Oriental, Boston, this highly coveted, spacious luxury unit was designed by renowned interior designer William Hodgins. Highlights include three bedrooms with en suite baths, floor-to-ceiling windows and entertaining space. Residents enjoy 24-hour concierge services, in-residence dining from the hotel, and the exceptional spa. Tony Guthrie and Sharon Mabile, Robert Paul Properties, 508.420.1414, robertpaul.com

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208 BEACON STREET - $12,900,000

A private elevator and au pair suite are among the attributes of this gracious six-level brownstone overlooking the Charles River. While the building retains its original Gilded Age glamour with architectural details that include thick, detailed moldings and marble fireplaces, the eight-bedroom home exudes a modern aesthetic with large, open living spaces. The luxuriously appointed home also includes an ample roof deck and two-car garage, a rarity for city dwellers. Michael Carucci, Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, 617.901.7600, gibsonsothebysrealty.com

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142 BEACON STREET - $11,500,000

Spread out on two levels, this 4,000-square-foot newconstruction penthouse features four bedrooms, a library, an office, an ample marble-clad gourmet kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, an elegant formal dining room, close proximity to the Public Garden and unobstructed views of the Charles River. Patti Donovan & Diane Keliher, Keliher Real Estate, 617.267.0100, keliherrealestate.com



Photography by: 10 ROWES WHARF PHOTO BY ANFUSO IMAGING