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An artist’s rendering ot the penthouse on the 60th floor of Millennium Tower, which is being marketed for $37.5 million.
An artist’s rendering ot the penthouse on the 60th floor of Millennium Tower, which is being marketed for $37.5 million.Handel Architects

One of Massachusetts' priciest listings is off the market. A Nantucket mansion at 9 Kimball Ave. sold this week for $27.16 million.

Massachusetts has a wealth of top-dollar real estate available, including the penthouse at Millennium Tower, which was listed at $37.5 million in October.

These urban, suburban, and beachfront estates offer vast square footage and amenities galore. Some house pools, stables, and elevators. Others boast waterfront access and panoramic views.

But the compounds have at least one thing in common: an eight-figure pricetag.

Prepare yourself for some real estate eye-candy. Here are the 10 most expensive properties on the market in the state, based on data from Zillow.com.


5 Concord Road, Weston — $24 million

James Abts

This 1920s Georgian Colonial mansion sits on more than 20 acres in Weston.

The property boasts nine bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and a private library.

The house offers an array of historic details. A Prohibition-era man cave has a hidden bar. The wine cellar fits 4,000 bottles. The dining room is papered with hand-painted silk from China.

The property also includes a pool house and a children's cabin.

See more photos of the Weston home.

49 Margin St., Cohasset — $22.2 million

Jonathan P. Radford

This Cohasset mansion is a steal compared to its original asking price of $55 million in May 2010. The listing price of this 17,234-square-foot estate has been reduced twice.

The home has 10 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and 12 fireplaces. At 2,339 square feet, the finished basement alone is greater than the size of many single-family homes.

More photos of the Cohasset home

30 Orange St., Nantucket — $18.975 million

Maury People - Sotheby’s International Realty

Built in 1823, this Nantucket home, known as "Long Hill," has panoramic views of Nantucket and the harbor. The eight-bedroom, 10-bathroom property is surrounded by manicured lawns and a formal English garden.

The property's price has been reduced twice since it was originally put on the market at $25 million in June 2011.


67 Byron Road, Weston — $14.5 million

This suburban mansion offers a wide range of amenities, from a media room with seating for 16 to an interactive spaceship arcade for playing video games.

The home is 19,000 square feet and is situated on 7.54 aces. It has seven bedrooms, 8½ bathrooms, two guest suites, and a pool and pool house.

A sale on this estate is pending at the asking price of $14.5 million. It was last sold in 1997 for $2.3 million.

130 Commonwealth Ave., Boston — $13.4 million

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One of the famed "Commonwealth Sisters" is now on the market. This townhouse on Commonwealth Avenue is modeled after 18th-century Parisian architecture.

The home offers five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and just shy of 10,000 square feet. It comes with a 2,200-bottle wine cellar, an elevator, and six parking spaces.

The property was originally listed at $13.9 million in September 2013 and was reduced to its current asking price in July of this year.

31 Tower Hill Road, Edgartown — $13.25 million


This Martha's Vineyard residence has panoramic ocean views, three buildings, and a 160-foot deep-water pier.

The main house was built in the 1930s as a family retreat. It has eight bedrooms, with water views from most of its rooms.

Two additional buildings — the "Boathouse" and the "Playhouse" — are situated alongside the property's beach.

74 Garrison Lane, Osterville — $12.5 million


Situated on two acres overlooking the Eel River and Nantucket Sound, this seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion offers a luxury beachfront experience.

The home is just over 11,000 square feet, featuring details such as a chef's kitchen and extensive custom millwork.

Outdoors, there's a pool and pool house, guest house, private sandy beach, and a deep-water dock.


45 Strawberry Hill St. #53, Dover — $12.375 million


Built in 1900, this Dover shingle style mansion sits on nearly 30 acres that include two ponds.

The 12,000-square-foot property has eight bedrooms, a five-stall stable, and a guest house.

It was last sold in 2005 for $7.15 million.

142 Marlborough St., Boston — $12 million

Located in Boston's Back Bay, this 19th-century property includes a 4,500-square-foot main home, servants' quarters, and two additional apartments. In all, the four-story listing is more than 8,000 square feet.

The main residence has an updated master bedroom suite and kitchen, and several fireplaces and chandeliers. On its roof, there is a large deck with a hot tub, offering city skyline views.

Off-street parking for the owner and guests is included.

56 Beacon St., Boston — $11.9 million


This Beacon Hill townhouse overlooks the Boston Common.

The home, which was built in 1819, is just shy of 8,700 square feet and includes five bedrooms, a four-car garage, and an au pair suite.

In the dining room, there's seating for 14. In the living room, there are floor-to-ceiling windows. And in the library, there's detailed woodwork.

The property was last sold in 2004 for $8.55 million.

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Catherine Cloutier can be reached at catherine.cloutier@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter at @cmcloutier.