Introducing 50 Winsor Way, Weston

The elegant, gated estate at 50 Winsor Way is gracefully situated on a serene hilltop with sweeping views overlooking the Weston Golf Club.

One of the most exceptional properties in Greater Boston, this private property is comprised of four structures all flawlessly constructed and maintained with the finest finishes and attention to detail. The stunning 15,000 square foot Main House, featuring six bedrooms and seven full and three half bathrooms, was designed by Patrick Ahern and built by Thoughtforms.

The exquisitely terraced grounds include stone walls, mature trees, an orchard, and fountains along with an incredible swimming pool with Pool House Cabana overlooking an award-winning tennis court. 

The Carriage House has one complete apartment with the potential for a second above eight car bays. The Caretaker's Cottage completes the property and offers separate private access for use as an office, apartment or yoga studio.

Offered at: $15,900,000

Campion and Company is the Exclusive Listing Agent for 50 Winsor Way in Weston, MA. View full listing information.


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    Introducing 63 Cart Path Road in Weston

    Campion and Company is pleased to introduce a remarkable custom designed manor in Weston, Massachusetts.

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    Set in the most prestigious neighborhood in Boston's Metro West suburbs abutting Weston Golf Club, this majestic Georgian Mansion offers close to 6 acres. The main level has a grand entrance with impeccably designed formal dining and living rooms with ornate details and crown molding fit for a palace.

    The rooms are oversized and elegant throughout this tasteful and impeccably designed, 14,384 square foot home. The magnificent master bedroom features an en-suite bath plus two oversized walk-in closets and dressing rooms. There are four additional large bedrooms with baths on this level. The finished third floor has playrooms, bedrooms, and a full bath. A gym, theater, and play spaces are a few features on the lower level. All this plus a separate wing with two bedrooms and bath perfect for in-laws or guests.

    The property also offers a massive yard, tennis and basketball courts, as well as views of the golf course’s greens and water elements.

    63 Cart Path Road is accessed by two driveways that complete this tranquil private retreat on the hilltop.

    Offered at $13,900,000

    Campion and Company is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for 63 Cart Path Road. Click here to view the complete listing.

    Joy Beacon Hill: A New Campion and Company Exclusive

    Presenting Beacon Hill’s newest boutique collection of luxury residences less than one block from the Boston Common.

    The Residences at 3, 4, and 5 Joy Street, which together comprise Joy Beacon Hill, are set within three thoughtfully restored Federal Era townhouses. Each brownstone offers three luxury residences: a Garden Duplex, a Terrace Floor-through, and a Penthouse Triplex with a private elevator. All nine units have been meticulously designed to offer a classic yet contemporary aesthetic featuring graciously scaled interiors that harmoniously integrate with expansive outdoor space.

    Campion and Company is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for Joy Beacon Hill. Contact us if you have questions or would like to schedule a private showing.

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    The Ames Mansion Restoration

    Ames Mansion Boston Exterior

    The Ames Mansion, at 306 Dartmouth Street, stands as a shining tribute to the splendor of Boston's Gilded Age. Unparalleled in detail, scale and prestige, the Back Bay mansion is now being restored, updated and transformed into luxury condominium residences with a private underground parking garage. Master artisans have been called upon the restoration of the home's magnificent historic details, including the rare mosaic tile adorning the entryway, intricately hand-carved woodwork throughout, stained glass skylights and window panels by John La Farge, and museum-quality murals by renown French Orientalist painter Jean-Joseph Benjamin Constant. Learn more about the Ames Mansion's transformation in the clip featured on Chronicle below.

    The brand new residences within offer an inspiring blend of traditional opulence and every imaginable modern comfort and luxury. This painstaking endeavor overseen by Hamady Architects builds upon the original architecture and legacy of both Peabody & Stearns and John Hubbard Sturgis and is finally restoring an architectural treasure to Boston. 

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    Average Price per Square Foot by Neighborhood in Boston, 2018 Year End

    This snapshot provides average asking prices per square foot in 13 Boston neighborhoods. The prices listed are for 2018 sales, below which are the percent changes from the previous year. 

    For the neighborhoods in this analysis—which does not include all of the neighborhoods of Boston—the overall price range for the city through 2018 ranges from $545 per square foot in East Boston to $1,338 per square foot in the Seaport, where recently completed luxury developments, including 50 Liberty, are setting a new market standard. In Fenway, the 57.5% price increase is a result of luxury unit closings at Pierce Boston

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    Luxury Penthouse Living on Boston's Waterfront

    There is no other private residence in Boston that surpasses the luxury of Penthouse 6 at 10 Rowes Wharf. Located in the heart of Boston directly on the water, Rowes Wharf is the waterfront’s most celebrated luxury address. Rowes Wharf is a mix-used development completed in 1987, but its history dates back as far as the 1630s. Rowes Wharf’s iconic architecture has been referred to as a gateway to Boston and has left an undeniable mark on Boston’s skyline.

    Rowes Wharf features a marina as well as the Boston Harbor Hotel, Boston’s only Forbes Five-Star hotel. The Hotel offers Penthouse 6’s residents a white-glove living experience unmatched by any other. The private residential lobby at 10 Rowes Wharf is beautifully appointed and staffed with 24-hour concierge.

    Penthouse 6 hasn’t been available since Rowes Wharf’s construction in 1987. You don’t want to pass on its three level, 7200 square feet of living space with sweeping views of the Harbor, Greenway, and city skyline. Penthouse 6’s living spaces were exceptionally designed by Buzz (Robert) Brannen of Jung/Brannen Associates, Boston. The main living space opens to the double-height foyer that features 23-foot ceilings.

    The formal living space features a curved wall of windows that draws the eye to the stunning waterfront vista. The living room is centered around a contemporary fireplace and has a cleverly hidden bar which creates a pass-through to the gorgeously wood-paneled library when opened.

    Living Room - Penthouse 6 10 Rowes Wharf

    The dining room features windows on two exposures, creating a beautiful Downtown backdrop for any dining experience. The kitchen, which is adjacent to the dining room, features high-end appliances and an abundance of cabinet and counter space as well as a spacious area for informal dining.

    The master suite features a private deck, an expansive walk-in wardrobe, and two separate en-suite bathrooms clad in marble. The larger of the two en-suites features a luxurious soaking tub set beneath a large picture window that frames stunning harbor views.

    Master En-Suite - Penthouse 6 10 Rowes Wharf

    The cherry on top for this distinguished home is the reception room that features 27-foot ceilings and stunning oversized windows. Residents of Penthouse 6 also enjoy three private decks, including one on the middle level that wraps around the curved windows, as well as two valet parking spaces. You can learn more about 10 Rowes Wharf Penthouse 6 by visiting its listing page. 

    Reception Room - Penthouse 6 10 Rowes Wharf


    You don’t want to miss out on this exceptional penthouse.
    Call us today to schedule a showing.


    One Dalton Officially Tops Off

    Back Bay's Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences One Dalton Street, known as One Dalton, held its official topping off ceremony on August 7th. 

    At 61-stories and 742 feet tall, One Dalton is Boston's tallest residential building and the third tallest building overall,  behind the 790-foot tower at 200 Clarendon St. formerly known as the John Hancock Tower, and the 749-foot Prudential Tower. The tower will include 215 Four Seasons hotel rooms and 160 luxury condominiums offering the finest residential amenities available throughout the city.

    Cambridge-based Carpenter & Co. is developing One Dalton, which was designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners and Cambridge Seven Associates. The tower is being built by Suffolk.

    Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Suffolk CEO John Fish, Carpenter & Co. CEO Richard Friedman and members of the Campion and Company sales team were in attendance at the topping-off event, along with several hundred construction workers celebrating the building that has forever changed Boston's skyline.
















    Watch: 'One Dalton' will be tallest residential building in all of New England

    Tracy Campion Named To Top National Real Estate Ranking By The Wall Street Journal/ Real Trends




    Today, REAL Trends Inc., in conjunction with The Wall Street Journal, published the 13th annual The Thousand list of America's top 1,000 real estate sales professionals and teams. Designees are recognized as the top one-half of one percent of more than 1.3 million licensed real estate professionals nationwide.

    Tracy Campion of Campion and Company closed $351,520,481 in Boston sales to earn her the #11 ranking in the nation and the #1 ranking in New England.


    Click here to view Tracy Campion's ranking!



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      Boston Market Update: Aspirational Pricing, Bid Wars & Everything In Between



      Here we will take a closer look at first quarter sales activity in the following neighborhoods: Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway, Midtown, North End, Seaport, South End, Waterfront, West End. Select neighborhoods are reporting record prices, both in terms of selling prices and prices per square foot (largely achieved by the delivery of brand new luxury developments), but a decrease in the overall pace of sales may be a sign that we are heading toward a cooling period from the growth that has dominated the past 6 years or so. 

      Comparing the first quarters of 2018 to 2017 (including all condominium and co-op price points):

      • the number of closings was down 10% from last year
      • the number of properties being put under agreement was down 16% from last year

      Since 2018's first quarter saw fewer new listings than both 2017 and 2016, limited inventory is one explanation for the decrease in sales. In a limited inventory market, days on market statistics typically remain low, as has been the case in recent years. But for the properties that have sold in Q1 2018 compared to last year, days on market is actually up over 15%. Now, even with fewer listings to choose from and compete for, buyers are taking more time to watch the market. Whether it is due to expectations of rising interest rates, anxieties over the current political climate, or concerns if we’ve already reached a high point in the cyclical nature of the market, Boston's buyers are increasingly wary of overpaying. 

      An era of aspirational pricing? 

      Buyers are especially taking their time in the top of the market, a segment dominated by boutique and large-scale new developments of Boston’s recent building boom.  In the last few years, developers have been able to command premiums for their product by offering superior product and superior services in high-demand downtown locations (all this in the face of rising construction costs). The term, “aspirational pricing,” has been gaining ground for listings that have been priced at dramatic premiums above current market conditions. In a softening luxury market, the question stands if the “aspirational” pricing of developers reflects conditions of the years past more so than the current reality. Some aspirations will continue to be realized - albeit with longer market time - if true value is realized in the location, views, finishes and amenities the property offers.

      Others will be left to sit on the market. 

      In the first quarter, only seven properties closed above $5million citywide while twenty-six remain active on the market. It took an average of 48 more days for these properties to sell than all others priced below $5million.

      In other segments of the market, would-be buyers do not have the luxury of being overly price conscious. Specific areas and price points have and will continue to draw bid wars and over-asks immediately once a property is listed. This is especially the case regarding properties in or below the $1million to $2million range, even more so if they include multiple bedrooms. A common formula stands for these types of properties: list the property mid week; hold open houses and private shows through the weekend; collect bids early in the following week. Because of the intense appeal of Boston among a wide range of clientele – from suburban empty nesters to young urban professionals to international investors – this formula is likely to hold.

      Sources: LINK; MLS