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Sold! Million Dollar McLean 'TownHome' Condos Lead The Belmont Market

A two-family across from the Underwood Pool that has been used as a big single for the past 16 years.

11 Meadows Lane. #102., New construction, Duplex "TownHome." Sold: $1,200,000, Initial listing: $1,200,000. Square feet: 2,196. Rooms: 6. Bedrooms: 2, Baths: 2.5. On the market: 288 days.
11 Meadows Lane. #102., New construction, Duplex "TownHome." Sold: $1,200,000, Initial listing: $1,200,000. Square feet: 2,196. Rooms: 6. Bedrooms: 2, Baths: 2.5. On the market: 288 days.
Welcome to Belmont Patch's Wednesday feature, Sold! Each week at this time, we'll show you some of the residences purchased in and around Belmont. 

Click on the photo at right to look at a photo gallery of homes that sold up until Jan. 20, 2014. The same information without photos is available below in an easy-to-scan list.

In the market for a new home? Be sure to check out our House Hunt column on Fridays for open houses in your area.

(Click on the photos to look at a photo gallery of homes that sold in Belmont until Jan. 20, 2014).

65 South Cottage St. #119., New construction in the Woodlands, a "TownHome." Sold: $$1,315,000, Initial listing: $1,295,000  Square feet: 2,673. Rooms: 7. Bedrooms: 3, Baths: 2.5. On the market: 361 days.

11 Meadows Lane. #102., New construction, Duplex "TownHome." Sold: $1,200,000, Initial listing: $1,200,000. Square feet: 2,196. Rooms: 6. Bedrooms: 2, Baths: 2.5. On the market: 288 days.

12-14 Cottage St., Two-family used as single (1890)." Sold: $770,000, Initial listing: $779,000. Square feet: 1,982. Rooms: 8. Bedrooms: 4, Baths: 2. On the market: 76 days.
Ann January 25, 2014 at 05:38 PM
China is such an easy target for bad jokes. Uninformed and offensive at best.
Waverly Watchdog January 25, 2014 at 11:46 PM
@Ann: Agreed. - - - China had a population explosion issue. THEIR politicians were smart enough to READ and UNDERSTAND, that the trends are absolutely unsustainable. They took ACTION to stem the rate of increase, by limiting families to one child per. Now some of those actions may seem draconian, but the alternative is massiove starvation in the forseeable future, and millions upon millions of DEATHS. - - - Belmont pols seem to think the Taxpayer pockets have no bottom and continue to write checks for kids and grandkids to pay. - - - NO pol has the guts to get up and speak against the Teachers' Union or Special Interest projects that attract new residents, each of whom is a NET LOSS to Belmont finnces. - - - Furthermore, they refuse to see the inevitable outcome of current policies. And, just in case you don't know, they are higher taxes and more school spending, and probably larger class sizes. Raising taxes, the preferred Progressive solution, is NOT the answer. If a family moves out because of higher taxes, like as not they will be replaced with another with kids in Belmont schools. This is a DEATH SPIRAL.
Ann January 26, 2014 at 06:33 PM
Still uninformed. It was the politicians who encourage large families to begin with. And there is no longer a so called One Child Policy. It is so much more complex than throwing around myths and stereotypes. I would just ask that people with incorrect and outdated information stop using Chinese politics and culture as something to toss so carelessly around.
Waverly Watchdog January 26, 2014 at 06:50 PM
@Ann: I'd like to point out that it was NOT I that introduced China's 'One Child' policy. It was Franklin Tucker, in an attempt to deride my comments. - - - Furthering what I said at the start of this thread, recent data for Belmont in 2013, out of the roughly 140 properties sold in Town ONLY 7, about 5%, sold for enough that the Property Taxes will pay for ONE child in Belmont Public schools; and NOT A SINGLE ONE for enough to pay for two kids. NOT A SINGLE ONE!. - - - THIS IS NOT 'SUSTAINABLE'.

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