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$10,500,000
4 Beds
2, 2 half Baths
5,930 SqFt
Acre Lot
Sqft Lot
Status Active
Property Type Condominium/co-op
Price Type
Year Built 1886
Neighborhood
Days on Website 91

Property Map

$10,500,000 – 257 Commonwealth Unit 3, Boston, MA 02116

Street View

Courtesy of Marsh Properties, Inc., Cheryl & Tim Marsh.

Description

Architectural Digest quality 5,930 SF home on the full parlor and 2nd floor, overlooking the Mall on the sunny side of Commonwealth. This home features the Cochrane Mansion’s original grand entertainment rooms. Raised Parlor Floor: The Great Hall serves as an elegant entrance foyer at one end and family room with piano space at the far end. The family room, drawing room, bay-windowed living room and dining room are off the Hall, providing a natural flow. Full updated kitchen. Powder room. Step out onto the new 900+SF private deck. A grand elliptical staircase leads up to the 2nd floor: Masterful entertaining salon with a full kitchen. Powder room. Bay-windowed library. Master bedroom with a marble bath en-suite and large walk-in closet. Two-three family bedrooms. Adjacent full bath. Additional features include pocket doors, soaring ceilings, stunning wood and plaster detail, keyed elevator, W/D and C/A. Two full garage spaces. Professionally managed association.

Property Details and Features

Location

  • City: Boston
  • State: Massachusetts
  • ZIP code: 02116
  • County: Suffolk
  • Area: Back Bay

Listing

  • Price: $10,500,000
  • Listing ID: 72503259
  • Fee interval: Monthly

Bedrooms

  • 4 bedrooms

Bathrooms

  • 2 full bathrooms
  • 2 half bathrooms
  • Master bathroom

House

  • 1886
  • 11 total rooms
  • 5,930 square feet
  • Rowhouse

Taxes

  • Tax ID: 3350035
  • Tax year: 2019
  • Tax amount: 91060.65

Garage

  • Under
  • Garage Door Opener
  • 2 garage spaces

Parking

  • 2 parking spaces

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