The 2 Most Expensive Condos in Massachusetts Right Now

Maybe you’re searching for your first home. Maybe you’re thinking about upgrading (or downsizing!) to something new. Either way, you’re probably curious how much the most expensive piece of real estate in Massachusetts right now costs – and what it looks like. 

Let’s start with the second most expensive condo, which is practically a steal at $16 million vs. the most expensive condo’s price tag of $45 million.

#2 most expensive property for sale: 10 Rowes Wharf, Boston
Listed at $16 million

7,200 square feet of living space. Dramatic window views of Boston Harbor. An address synonymous with Boston’s only Forbes five-star waterfront hotel. A golden orb in your library. What more could you want? This penthouse was built in 1987 but has never before been sold. You (yes, YOU) could be its first owner!

#1 most expensive property for sale: 1 Franklin Street Grand Penthouse, Millennium Tower, Boston
Listed at $45 million

So exclusive that we haven’t seen interior photos yet, the Grand Penthouse at Millennium Tower encompasses the entire 60th floor of the building. 13,256 square feet, 8 bedrooms, 9 full bathrooms and 3 half bathrooms, and more can be yours for just $45 million. The building boasts an indoor pool, valet parking, children’s playroom, library, private screening room, owners club lounge, and other amenities. The monthly fee for this condo is $17,121. 

(If you only need 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, you’ll want to check out a unit on the 39th floor in the same building, which is currently available for rent for $10,500/month.)

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