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Celtics Owner’s Charleston Mansion Back on Market at $7,895,000

Feb 22, 2008 • By Places Real Estate • 2 Comment

The 10,000 sf Patrick O’Donnell house hits the market again after closing in June 2007, setting a record for the most expensive house sold on the historic peninsula. Boston Celtics Owner and Tudor Investments partner Jim Pallotta paid $7.1 Million for it, but most have thought our summers were too warm for his taste.

Charleston Most Expensive Home on the Peninsula 21 King Street


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