Built in 2016, 451 Marlborough is a boutique luxury building one of Boston’s most coveted streets. There are 8 residences that range in size from 2 bed/2.5 baths with 1,700 sq/ft to a 5 bed/3.5 bath duplex with over 5,700 sq/ft. Residences feature open floorplans, high ceilings and southern exposure allowing plenty of natural light. Kitchens have custom-milled cabinetry with marble counters and Sub Zero/Wolf appliances. Master bedrooms at 451 Marlborough feature en-suite marble baths with radiant heating, steam showers and soaking tubs. Many of the residences at 451 Marlborough have private outdoor space, including patios, balconies & penthouses with wraparound terraces with City views. Some of the larger residences at 451 Marlborough have mudrooms and full laundry rooms.
451 Marlborough was designed by the architectural team at Hacin & Associates and developed by the Holland Companies. This boutique building features concierge, direct-elevator access and garage parking.
451 Marlborough’s excellent location provides easy access to public transportation, Newbury Street and Boylston Street. This location is only minutes from Boston’s best dining and shopping. Nearby restaurants include Eastern Standard, Sonsie & Capital Grille. 451 Marlborough is also in walking distance to the Prudential Center, Charles River and Fenway Park. Just a short walk across the Mass. Ave. Bridge is Cambridge and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
3 bedroom sold in 451 Marlborough Average sold price - $4,506,000 ($1,431 / sqft)
|Penthouse 5||$7,500,000||5 / 3 / 1||5,797||12/31/2016||$1,294/SF|
|Residence E||$3,625,000||4 / 2 / 1||2,922||01/31/2017||$1,241/SF|
|Penthouse 4||$3,799,000||3 / 3 / 1||2,078||01/19/2017||$1,828/SF|
|2W||$3,100,000||3 / 3 / 0||2,279||04/14/2017||$1,360/SF|
2 bedroom sold in 451 Marlborough Average sold price - $2,810,500 ($1,416 / sqft)
|Three West||$3,171,000||2 / 3 / 0||2,279||12/31/2016||$1,391/SF|
|One West||$2,450,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,700||12/31/2016||$1,441/SF|
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