The Most Valuable Single Family Homes in Boston by Neighborhood

Back Bay
1. 25 Exeter                                $11,136,000
2. 10 Marlborough                     $6,158,000
3.  5 Commonwealth                 $8,058,000
4. 13 Commonwealth                $7,403,000
5. 315 Dartmouth                      $6,343,000

Beacon Hill
1. 19 Louisburg Sq                     $8,915,000
2. 18 Louisburg Sq                     $7,689,000
3. 20 Louisburg Sq                    $7,438,000
4. 56 Beacon St                          $7,152,000
5. 34 Beacon St                          $7,152,000

South End
1. 5 Union Park                          $2,651,000
2. 4 Union Park                         $2,560,000
3. 98 Pembroke                          $2,555,000
4. 17 Union Park                        $2,409,000
5. 1 Claremont                            $2,323,000

Jamaica Plain
1. 96 Rockwood                           $2,336,000
2. 54 Burroughts                         $2,118,000
3. Sargent Crossway                    $1,825,000
4. 61 Aroborway                          $1,804,000
5. 23 Eliot                                    $1,552,000

Charlestown
1.  26 Monument Sq                    $1,766,000
2. 21 Monument Sq                     $1,724,000
3. 31 High St,                               $1,493,000
4. 29 High St                                $1,383,000
5. 37 High St                                $1,326,000

South Boston
1. 61  Thomas Park                    $1,275,000
2. 928 East Broadway               $1,144,000
3. 942 East Broadway                 $806,000
4. 940 East Broadway                 $803,000
5. 938 East Broadway                 $800,000

Brighton
1. 330 Reservoir Rd                     $1,205,000
2. 18 William Jackson Ave          $1,074,000
3. 103 Evans Rd                            $818,7000
4. 668 Washington                        $800,000

West Roxbury
1. 434 West Roxbury Pkwy       $1,077,000
2. 94 Grayfield Ave                    $1,000,000
3. 52 Grayfield Ave                        $991,000
4. 91 Grayfield Ave                        $920,000

Dorchester
1. 30 Carruth                                $868,000
2. 17 Melville Ave                          $853,000
3. 212 Savin Hill Ave                     $818,000
4. 242 Savin Hill Ave                    $799,000
5. 240 Savin Hill Ave                    $769,000

 

(Based on an analysis of information provided in the MLSPIN Public Records section conducted in December 2011)

 

One Response

  1. Is this a list of properties you’re brokering? I’m curious because I saw this linked from CURBED|Boston where there was also a post about the Ames-Webster mansion in the Back Bay, which is now selling for a reduced price of $18 million. That would be more expensive than the Exeter property you show above.

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