LUXURY HOMES: The most expensive Massachusetts homes sold in 2011
Most expensive home sales in 2011
$15.6 million. 75 Doublet Hill Rd.,Weston, Mass. Built in 1998, the 11,607-square-foot, 14-room brick Colonial has six bedrooms, 8.5 baths and 9 fireplaces. The property was purchased in March by Stephen V. Kenney.
$10.6 million. 153 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. The 208-year-old Colonial near Harvard Square has 6,097 square feet of living space, with 12 rooms, seven bedrooms and 9 fireplaces. The home was purchased in July by Silvana Giner.
$8.75 million. 128 Commonwealth Ave., Boston’s Back Bay. The three-level, eight room condominium minutes from the Public Garden was built in 1899 and has 3,520 square feet of living space, three bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The mid-rise was purchased in January by Philip J. Dubuque.
$8.35 million. 15 Dogwood Rd., Weston, Mass. The three-year-old, 9,050-square-foot Colonial has 14 rooms, five bedrooms, seven full baths, three half baths and three fireplaces. The home was purchased in March by Susan Silberberg.
$7.15 million. 19 Marlborough St., Boston’s Back Bay. The 9,025-square-foot, 1860 Row house on the first block of Marlborough St. features 10 rooms, six bedrooms, six fireplaces,
five full baths, two half baths and parking for two cars. It was purchased in January by Andrew O. Davis