The Most Expensive Single Family Homes in Boston Video Tour

In honor of Racked.com’s Whale Week, we’ve put together a video tour of the most expensive single family homes currently on the market. We hope you enjoy the video and if you’re looking for more information on any of the homes in the video check out the links below.



211 Commonwealth Ave


Asking: $15,500,000
Beds: 11
Full Baths: 9
Half Baths 5

This historic home known as the Mason house has undergone a impressive 3 year renovation. It’s classic and Grand interior makes it one of Boston’s finest single family homes in Back Bay. The home features an au pair suite along with 14 fireplaces and an elevator for access to all floors. Stunning views from the roof top garden are are to delight guests. There is also garage parking for 4-5 cars.


74 Beacon Street


Asking: $13,950,000
Beds: 6
Full Baths: 6
Half Baths 3

What may well be the most well known property on the list 74 Beacon is an impressive restoration of a townhouse. The 8400 sq.ft. home features 2 large decks and infinity pool on the roof that maybe the most photographed feature of any boston home. Located right on the Boston Garden, this home combines the best of the styles of old and new.



56 Beacon Street

Asking: $12,500,000
Beds: 5
Full Baths: 6
Half Baths 2

This grand Beacon Hill townhouse is beaming with natural light overlooking the Boston Common. There is attached 4-car garage parking and an elevator to all floors. The spectacular dining room allows 14 person dining. Additional features include 2 decks off the upper floors and 8 fireplaces.

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