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Top Townhouse and Single-Family Sales of 2017

Boston’s 10 most expensive townhouse and single-family sales of 2017

Back Bay, Beacon Hill and South End contain the city's top townhouse and single-family sales. Properties marked with an asterisk (*) represent sales for which Campion and Company represented the Seller and/or Buyer. 

Selling Price       

Address                            

Area                   

Beds     

Baths     

SF           

Closed               

$13,000,000

197 Marlborough St

Back Bay

5

5+

7,575

11/30/2017

$8,000,000

6 Mt Vernon Pl

Beacon Hill

6+

6+

7,500

09/26/2017

$7,025,000

22 W Cedar St 

Beacon Hill

5+

4.5

5,365

06/20/2017

$6,850,000

9 Walnut St 

Beacon Hill

5+

4+

6,032

07/31/2017

$6,600,000

225 Beacon St*

Back Bay

5+

5+

6,383

03/21/2017

$6,000,000

144 W Canton St

South End

3

2.5

3,078

10/16/2017

$5,890,000

43 Chestnut St*

Beacon Hill

4

4

4,290

04/28/2017

$5,750,000

78 Mt Vernon St 

Beacon Hill

4+

3.5

3,750

07/24/2017

$5,325,000

29 Hereford St*

Back Bay

4

4.5

3,737

07/17/2017

$5,200,000

321 Beacon St

Back Bay

4

3.5

4,439

02/10/2017

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Top Condominium Sales of 2017

Boston’s 10 most expensive condominium sales of 2017

The city's top condominium sales are concentrated within Back Bay, Beacon Hill and Midtown and represent a mix of boutique and full-service homes. All properties except the sale at 25-27 Commonwealth Avenue are either brand new construction, or were recently built within the last few years.  

Selling Price       

Address                                                

Area              

Beds     

Baths    

SF           

Closed          

$17,200,000

25-27 Commonwealth Ave # 25

Back Bay

5

4+

7,554

6/22/17

$13,540,000

6 Newbury St # 301

Back Bay

4

6

6,095

11/15/17

$11,833,303

25 Beacon # B/PH*

Beacon Hill

3

3.5

4,044

9/27/17

$10,650,000

Millennium Tower # PH3B 

Midtown

3

4.5

4,110

11/30/17

$9,250,000

Millennium Tower # PH4E 

Midtown

3

4.5

3,435

6/22/17

$9,035,000

Whitwell, The # 5A 

Beacon Hill

3

3.5

6,129

2/24/17

$9,000,000

Millennium Tower # PH3E 

Midtown

3

4.5

3,435

9/15/17

$9,000,000

448 Beacon St # 8 

Back Bay

4

5

4,069

4/25/17

$8,950,000

Millennium Tower # PH3A

Midtown

 

 

4,172

1/12/17

$8,850,000

25 Beacon # 3*

Beacon Hill

3

3.5

3,583

9/26/17

*Indicates sales for which Campion and Company represented the Seller and/or Buyer. 

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Two Campion and Company Developments Featured in Boston Homes

10 Farnsworth is Fort Point’s Newest Gem

10 Farnsworth is Boston’s newest boutique luxury development in the Seaport District's Fort Point Neighborhood. Nine exceptional residences enjoy direct elevator access, an on-site garage with automated parking system and a combination of shared and private roof gardens.

 

Luxury Homes Coming to The Boulevard on the Waterfront

Boulevard on the Greenway offers residents the opportunity to live directly on Boston’s most sought-after location, the Rose Kennedy Greenway, in a stunning architectural statement with garage parking and resident amenities.  

 

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Average Price Per Square Foot by Neighborhood in Boston

This snapshot provides average asking prices per square foot in 13 Boston neighborhoods. The prices listed are for the first three quarters of 2017, below which are the percent changes from the same period last 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 September ranges from $488 per square foot in East Boston to $1,219 per square foot in Midtown. Because Boston's product is very limited, individual buildings can have a large effect on price per square foot statistics. In West End, for example, the delivery of units at Forecaster 121 has helped to raise average pricing there over 22%.

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Campion & Company Market Report: 3Q 2017

JUST RELEASED!

Q3 2017 Condominium Sales Reports for Metro Boston (Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway, Midtown, North End, Seaport, South End, Waterfront and West End) 

Campion and Company, The Premier Luxury Boston Real Estate Brokerage consistently delivers the most comprehensive and objective market research and insights available.

Download the 3Q - Boston Market Report Here

New Construction Luxury Developments in Boston

Campion and Company is Boston's Leading Luxury Sales Office, and the Exclusive Listing Agent for numerous developers throughout the City. 

Contact us to learn more about our new development offerings.


Five-Star Luxury at Boston's Tallest Residential Tower: Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston


Stunning Views of the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Downtown Boston: Boulevard on the Greenway


Classic Elegance in Beacon Hill: 25 Beacon


Boutique Building on Commonwealth Avenue in Back Bay: The Residences at the Harvard Club


Modern Design and Amenities in Fort Point: 10 Farnsworth 


Boutique Building on Marlborough Street in Back Bay: Four51Marlborough

One Dalton: Renderings

Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston

Visit the Official One Dalton Website to request more information or to sign up for news and updates.

Campion and Company is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston. Contact us if you have questions or would like to schedule a private showing.

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Campion & Company Market Report: 3Q 2016

JUST RELEASED!

Q3 2016 Condominium Sales Reports for Metro Boston (Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway, Midtown, North End, Seaport, South End, Waterfront and West End) 

Campion and Company, The Premier Luxury Boston Real Estate Brokerage consistently delivers the most comprehensive and objective market research and insights available.

Key highlights:

  • As anticipated, Millennium Tower closings have had a significant effect on Metro Boston's 3rd Quarter and year-to-date sales. Nearly 90% of the Millennium Tower residences have hit public record, averaging over $1,400 per square foot.
    • Including Millennium Tower: Both average and median sales prices in Boston's urban core rose nearly 50% above their year-ago levels.
    • Excluding Millennium Tower: Average and median sales prices were up 14% and 12%, respectively.
  • Millennium Tower is just one example of a new building completion that has helped push the number of Metro Boston sales up over 50% over the previous year. Excluding just the Tower, however, sales volume in Boston's core urban market is down 6%, due to factors such as ongoing inventory constraints and general uncertainty of an election year.
  • Even with election year slow-downs, a robust seller's market continues, particularly for properties priced below $3M.
  • On average, properties sold between $1M & $2M trade for 99.4% of list price.
  • Luxury properties sold above $3M trade for 93% of list price.

Download the 3Q - Boston Market Report Here

 

Spectacular Sales: Back Bay Townhouse

An Elegant Home from Top to Bottom

Boston Homes feature by Marilyn Jackson

When the developers purchased the Back Bay townhouse at 197 Marlborough St. in April 2015, they planned to convert the lodging house to two luxurious condominiums.

However, those plans changed about seven months ago when a buyer decided it would be an ideal single-family home that would reflect understated elegance. The $12,000,000 purchase was completed Sept. 9.

Bill Gehan of Campion and Company Real Estate was the listing broker for this property, and Tracy Campion, who heads the firm, was the selling broker.


Read more: Custom-designed Boston townhouse is top single-family sale

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