According to a list released by real estate agents for the region, the priciest properties sold in the Greater Boston area in the three months ended September 30 were six houses in Scugog and its neighboring suburbs. They include:
One for $1.33 million in Scugog, sold by Aby Rosen, who represented the sellers. It’s set up in the style of an old English bungalow, built around a foundation.
A townhouse for $1.2 million in Uxbridge, sold by Scott Fenstermaker and Peter Davis. It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a great room, and its own drive-in garage.
Another townhouse for $1.2 million in Uxbridge, sold by Gail Crowe and Sean Duffy. It has a full kitchen, a great room, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a wine cellar, and a stone patio outside.
A detached two-storey, with three bedrooms, and 1.5 bathrooms, for $1.2 million in Scugog, sold by Peter Doherty and Cian Mislin. It has a detached garage and a great room.
And a detached two-storey bungalow in Scugog, with two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a family room, and a large backyard, for $1.2 million, sold by Esben Syrup.
People can see the listing photos of all six homes on real estate website Redfin.