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Boston’s 5 Most Expensive Homes

Nick Warren on May 15, 2015

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​While the demand for condos in Boston is high, the most expensive listings on the market are out of reach price-wise for most home buyers. These available luxury condos boast incredible amenities, the most exquisite finishes, and unbeatable locations. Check out the top 5 most expensive homes in Boston!

#5 – 448 Beacon Street, Unit 5 | 4,059 Square Feet | List Price: $9,950,000

4 Bedroom Single Family Home at Hooper Mansion
4 Bedroom Single Family Home at Hooper Mansion

The least expensive luxury condo on our list comes in at 9.95 million. Located at the magnificent Hooper Mansion in the Back Bay, this stunning 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath single-family home features a spacious layout, hardwood and marble flooring, and a gorgeous, modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances. The home also includes oversized windows that overlook the Charles River and Boston skyline. With a dedicated concierge, two deeded indoor garage parking spaces, and a beautiful rooftop garden, the Hooper Mansion in Beacon Hill is one of Boston’s most desirable and prestigious addresses.

#4 – 314 Commonwealth Avenue – Unit 4 | 5,865 Square Feet | List Price: $10,700,000

5 Bedroom Penthouse Unit at Burrage Mansion
5 Bedroom Penthouse Unit at Burrage Mansion

Listed at 10.7 million, this 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath penthouse unit in the Burrage Mansion would be an incredible place to call home. Featured in Architectural Digest, the spectacular luxury condo offers a minimalist feel amidst the classical architecture of the building. With the finest modern finishes, a stunning designer kitchen and spacious dining area, and an expansive private roof deck with a hot tub overlooking the city, this luxury home is truly one of a kind. The unit also includes five parking spots, four of which are indoor garage spaces! What’s more, the 5,865 square foot home includes an adjacent apartment for guests and family members.

#3 – 2 Commonwealth Avenue – PH | 4,017 Square Feet | List Price: $12,500,000

2 Commonwealth Ave - Carlton House - Foyer
2 Commonwealth Ave - Carlton House - Foyer

Just down the street from the 4th most expensive home in the Boston market is the Carlton House penthouse at 2 Commonwealth Avenue in the Back Bay. A corner residence with picture windows and a 1,500 square foot wrap around terrace, this home boasts outstanding views of the Back Bay, Charles River, and Boston Common. The home includes two floors of living space, a beautiful master bedroom with a spacious closet and en-suite bath, and two deeded valet garage parking spots. Residents of this home can also take advantage of 24 concierge and Taj Hotel services.

#2 – 300 Boylston – Unit 1005=1006 | 5,083 Square Feet | List Price: $15,000,000

Designer Kitchen at 300 Boylston
Designer Kitchen at 300 Boylston

At 5,083 square feet, this expansive 2 bedroom home offers luxury, convenience, and comfort in one of Boston’s most sought after neighborhoods. With a spacious living room, panel library with a cozy fireplace, a beautiful kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, and a guest suite, this home includes everything you could ever want and more! The luxury home also boasts a large walk-out terrace with incredible city views and comes with two garage parking spaces.

#1 – Millennium Tower Penthouse | 12,846 Square Feet | List Price: $37.5 Million

Millennium Tower Penthouse - Most Expensive Home on the Boston Market
Millennium Tower Penthouse - Most Expensive Home on the Boston Market

Boston real estate has never seen anything quite like the Millennium Tower penthouse. Roughly triple the price of the most expensive condo ever sold in Boston, this luxury home is arguably the most exclusive address the city has ever known. A breathtaking home with never before seen views of the city, the Millennium Tower penthouse will take up the entire top floor of the tower and include a 2,500 square foot deck. The penthouse is purposely being sold unfinished to allow the buyer the freedom to create a customized, one-of-a-kind living space.

Millennium Tower also offers unmatched building amenities, including a private bar and club spearheaded by James Beard winner Michael Mina, a two-story club house with a library, a screening room, spa, and access to the largest residential-only fitness center in Boston, complete with a 75-foot lap pool.