Boston's top 50 luxury listingswhich for thepurposes of this post translates to top priciest listings span the listing price gamut from$4,950,000 to a whopping $90,000,000. In Boston, as long as you are prepared topay for it, you can find pretty much whatever you desire in a home.Let's look at a home on the"lower" end of thatspectrum. The 3-levelBack Bay condo shown here spans two buildings.Architect Guy Grassi and interior designer Bunny Williams collaborated to create this unique 5,410 square foot space that consists of a garden floor Maisonette, a parlor floor, and a second floor.The second floor includes a 40-foot wide living room, large library, dining room, kitchen, and spectacular Charles River views. This 3 bedroomresidence offers phenomenally high ceilings, an elevator to all threelevels, and the potential for 3to 6 bedrooms.Additional features are a garden patio and a large rooftop deck. The parlor level's private street entrance gives the feeling of a single family home and opens up to reception area that leads to the master suite. The suite consists of a library, master bedroom, huge master closets, washer/dryer, kitchenette, and large master bathroom with fireplace and Jacuzzi.The connected garden level may be accessed by a separate entrance and consists of a bedroom, living room, laundry, full kitchen, and private stone and landscaped garden. There is tandem garage parking for 4.See more details and photos for200-202 Beacon Street, #1 &3.Boston's Back Bay neighborhood is home to the Boston Public Garden, the Boston Common, Berklee College of Music, Boston Architectural College, Fisher College, Emerson College, and New England School of Law. It is known for high-end shopping destinations such as Newbury Street, Copley Place, and the Shops at the Prudential.Here are the rest of those Boston top 50 luxury listings!Are you in the market tobuya condo or home inBoston? Heres myoverview of Boston real estate byneighborhood.Do you have questionsabout the process of buying a home in Boston? Readmy Boston Real Estate Transaction Guide for Home and Condo Buyers.In my 25 years in the Boston real estate market, I have helped hundreds of people buy and sell Boston condos and homes. If you need assistance, or if you have questions about buying or selling Boston real estate, please don't hesitate to call me at617-584-9790.You can alsoemail me by clicking the button below.
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