Nemirovsky began acquiring his properties in 1997, according to public records of deeds, buying one of the 25 Exeter condos for $2 million, and another for $554,000. By January 2007, he owned both buildings, spending about $13.55 million in total, according to public records. The renovation cost is listed on the permit at $9.75 million.
So I know what you're wondering, "What does $23MM get you these days in Boston?" The answer is: 15 bathrooms, six parking spaces, and 24,000 square feet of living space.
The house's luxuriant features include an atrium bordered by a glass walkway and railings, according to building plans filed with the city. Each of three children's bedrooms has its own bathroom and dressing room. The master suite has "his" and "hers" studies, dressing rooms, and bathrooms.
There's more: an elevator, a sitting room, living room, parlor, media room, family room, exercise room, upper lounge, an "eat-in study," a 27-foot, oval-shaped library, and an office for the house manager.
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