Hammond’s Ranco and DeAngelo Team Represent Buyer in $4,100,000 Back Bay Transaction

Posted by Leaura Levine — April 4, 2016

1459799666CHESTNUT HILL, MA - John Ranco and Joe DeAngelo recently represented the buyer client in connection with the $4,100,000 sale of 409 Commonwealth Avenue – Unit L – at the Bradley Mansion in Boston, an historic Back Bay residence, circa 1899, with ties to esteemed local architects Peabody and Stearns and William Paine, co-founder of the investment banking firm of Paine, Webber & Co.

Featuring 3,012 square feet of living space, 409 Commonwealth Avenue – Unit L is an exceptional penthouse comprised of seven total rooms which include three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one half-bathroom. The residence was renovated to blend the best of period detail with modern convenience. Interior amenities include a designer chef’s kitchen with top-of-the line appliances, a formal living and dining room with fireplace and curved wall overlooking Marlborough Street, and a lavish master bedroom with en suite bathroom featuring a marble bathtub and sky-lit steam shower.

Building amenities at 409 Commonwealth Avenue – Unit L include a part-time concierge and an elevator. Two garage parking spaces round off the property, which is in proximity to a host of restaurant, retail, and transportation options throughout the desirable Back Bay neighborhood and beyond.

Originally designed by Peabody and Stearns architects and constructed in 1898-1899 for attorney William Minot, III, 409 Commonwealth Avenue remained in the Minot family until mid-1905, when it was purchased from Minot’s estate by William Albert Paine, co-founder of the investment banking firm of Paine, Webber & Co. In later years, the building functioned as classroom space for both Garland Junior College and Simmons College, prior to its conversion into the Bradley Mansion luxury condominiums.

John Ranco and Joe DeAngelo base their business partnership on: integrity, in-depth community and market knowledge, strategic marketing, effective negotiation skills, and a high-quality professional network. Providing the very best service in the industry is essential to achieving their "client first" approach to real estate. This requires them to be accessible, good listeners, educated communicators, and responsive to the needs of their buyer and seller clients. In addition to working effectively with buyers and sellers in all price ranges, John and Joe have had significant experience and success working with developers.

The team of Ranco and DeAngelo has combined real estate experience of over 30 years, and professional sales achievements which rank them in the top 1% of sales agents in their market. In just over two years, they have participated in 116 closed transactions, totaling $100,000,000.00 in sales volume.

Hammond Residential Real Estate’s South End office is located at 10 Berkeley Street, ATELIER 505. If you are interested in the purchase or sale of luxury properties in and around Greater Boston, please visit http://rancoanddeangelo.myhammondagent.com/ and http://www.hammondre.com/.

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