Massachusetts is home to some real estate with a seriously hefty price tag. From Boston to the whimsical Nantucket, you’ll find homes in the Bay State that are straight from your dreams. Here are some breathtaking and expensive houses on the market in Massachusetts.
If six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms meet your fancy, then this fancy house on Nantucket Island can be yours—that is, if you have $18,495,000.00. And that’s just the asking price. It’s not at all unusual for a bidding war to ensue at this locale. The single-family home was built earlier this year and it measures 6,510 square-feet. A central elevator takes you to the upper floors and the wrap around porches make the perfect spots for enjoying your morning coffee or evening glass of wine. Add in the pool and hot tub and you’ve got a home fit for a king. It might actually take one to pay the mortgage, which is estimated to wind up at just over $72,000 per month.
Even though this Massachusetts listing is less expensive than the Monomoy Creek home, it features more rooms. With eight bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, this home comes in at 11,174 square-feet. It sits on 14 acres of land that is also home to a garage, a pool, a pool house, and a tennis court. Add to that a theater and a wine cellar, and it becomes clear the average Joe won’t be living here. With its asking price of $15,995,000.00, the monthly mortgage payment is expected to be just over $62,000.
Featuring a main house and a guest house, this compound on Nantucket features six bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. Situated just feet from Squam Beach, it includes a pool, spa, a two-car garage and a covered outdoor dining area. The single-family dwelling was built in 2006, and its asking price is $15.5 million.
Let’s take a break from Nantucket for a bit and venture back into the Massachusetts mainland—more specifically Boston. This five bedroom, seven-bathroom townhouse is located in the Back Bay and is listed at a $15 million. What does that kind of money buy in Boston? It includes six levels of living space, with a private elevator that takes you to all six. In addition, there’s a two-car garage and three outdoor parking spaces. The building was completed in 1891 and has undergone serious renovations in recent years. In fact, the entire home is outfitted with smart home technology. If you make the expected down payment on this home, your mortgage will only run you $58,514 each month.
Let’s head to Manchester to the exclusive Manchester-by-the-Sea neighborhood for a change of pace. Coming in at $14.8 million, this spectacular waterfront property features four bedrooms and five bathrooms and measures 6,976 square-feet. Built in 2015, the home is noted for its brilliant ocean views and architectural details. Your mortgage will only be $57,734 per month if you choose this as your new home!
Yes, we’re back on Nantucket. It seems you get plenty of rooms with this option as it comes in with six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. Measuring 9, 122 square-feet, the home was built in 2005 and features views of both the ocean and the town. Special features include a spectacular master suite and a bottom floor with a theater and custom wine cellar. Outside you’ll find a pool, a spa and a tennis court, as well as an enormous yard. In order to enjoy the views—and the gorgeous sunsets—from this home, you’ll have to cough to the tune of $52,663 each month.
The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home on Nantucket’s 1A Crows Way is a newly constructed single family dwelling. Measuring 6,308 square-feet, it features a detached garage and swimming pool, as well as beautiful views of the ocean. If you’d like to own the home at this prestigious address, situated on 1.1 acres of land, the monthly mortgage will only set you back $46,421.
The Cochrane Mansion was built in 1886 and its original public rooms make entertaining in this apartment a grand affair. The mansion’s Great Hall is now its foyer. Four bedrooms and four bathrooms round out the apartment’s family room, living room, dining room, drawing room and updated kitchen. The 5,930-square-foot dwelling is listed for $11.25 million and will cost roughly $43,886per month.
This vintage summer home, constructed in 1920, is listed for $10,975,000.00. Dubbed a “fixer-upper” in this upper echelon of Nantucket properties, it is expected that the new owner will contract for many renovations. Featuring five bedrooms and four bathrooms, the home measures 3,203 square-feet. An unattached garage and well manicured half acre lot add to the ambience and the feel of old money. At only $42,813 per month if mortgaged, it’s a bargain.
Just a few doors down, you’ll find the property at 2 Lincoln Avenue in Nantucket, listed for $10.95 million. This seven-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom summer home was built in 1880, but was completely restored from 2010 to 2012. The antique windows and original façade were carefully restored. The small well-kept lot is beautiful when in bloom. This 6,113-square-foot home will run its new owner approximately $42,715 per month, dependent upon their down payment.