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Stacker compiled the list of the most expensive homes in the Boston-Cambridge-Newton area using Zillow’s Home Values Index as of November 2021. 

Weston was the top-ranked Massachusetts town in the report, with a typical home value of $1,818,725, a 14.4% increase from 2020 and up 20% from five years ago. 

Just next door, Wellesley took the next spot, with a typical home value of $1,608,620, up 11.3% from last year and a 24% increase from five years ago. 

Dover, with a home value of $1,424,267, followed with a 14.8% increase from a year before and up 26.7% from five years ago. 

Lexington, Newton and Belmont followed. Lexington’s $1,345,094 home value increased 16.2% from 2020 and 30.6% from 2016.

Newton’s typical home value clocked in at $1,299,006, a 9.8% increase from last year and 28.7% above five years ago, while a typical home in Belmont is worth $1,294,634, a 13.4% increase from last year and up a notably 41.7% from five years earlier. 

Lincoln and Needham rounded out the list. 

Lincoln, where the typical home value is $1,283,241, had prices increase 14.9% from 2020 and 28.7% from 2016, while Needham home values averaged $1,227,115, up 11.5% from a year prior and 26.5% higher than five years earlier.

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The BBJ has a list of the most expensive single-family home sales between June 1, 2012 and Jan. 15, 2013 (sub. required).

The top position goes to 115 Commonwealth in the Back Bay, selling at $10.6 million for 7,461 square feet, seven bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Next on the list is 333 Lee Street, in Chestnut Hill, at $10.5 million, for 6,703 square feet, nine bedrooms and 7 bathrooms (see above photo).

The other top homes sales were, in order, in Brookline, Concord, Osterville, Woods Hole, Weston, Weston, Beacon Hill and Osterville.

The Beacon Hill home was at 6 Otis Place, fetching $5.6 million for 5,700 square feet, four bedroom and five bathrooms.

Update: The paper also has a top condos sales list for the same time period. No. 1 is 310 Beacon Street at $9.2 million. The Back Bay simply dominates the list in general, including the entire top 10.

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