Commonwealth Ave. Mansion Might Be The Priciest Home Boston’s Seen

The 26,000-square-foot home was asking $12.5 million last July, slashed its price to $9.5 million, moved to the market as a rental for $43,000 a month (which got bumped down to $37,500 a month) and is now asking $14.5 million, reports Curbed.

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The 26,000-square-foot home was asking $12.5 million last July, slashed its price to $9.5 million, moved to the market as a rental for $43,000 a month (which got bumped down to $37,500 a month) and is now asking $14.5 million, reports <a href="http://boston.curbed.com/archives/2013/08/130-commonwealth-ave-wants-to-be-a-record-breaker-again.php" target="_blank">Curbed</a>.
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If it goes for full asking, it will be one of the most expensive home sales in Boston's real estate history.
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The home boasts five impressive fireplaces.
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Floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of light.
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The home's beautiful molded ceilings add elegance.
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The home offers 9,908 square feet of living space that includes twelve rooms, a private elevator, and a 2,200-bottle wine cellar.
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Soaring, coffered ceilings are a stand-out feature in the sitting room.
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The beautiful main stairway is carved from wood.
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A look at the home's dining room.
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The kitchen includes top-of-the-line appliances.
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A wood-paneled library offers custom shelves.
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The home includes five bedrooms.
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Skylights brighten up this roomy den.
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The beautifully carved limestone facade stands apart from its brownstone neighbors.
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