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Biggest Somerville Sale; First 3D-Printer Apartment; More

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This week's top real estate news, courtesy of Curbed Boston.

SOMERVILLE—The city's biggest home sale of 2013 so far happened fast. The 3-BR, 2.5-BA at 32 Appleton Street went on the sales market in mid-March and went to contract almost immediately, closing for $1,030,000. Meanwhile, we mapped all the million-dollar listings in Somerville.

EAST BOSTON—An under-development unit at 191 Everett Street may be the first apartment on Earth to offer a 3D printer as part of the rent. The unit, in fact, has already been rented for $3,100; and will be move-in ready by September.

BACK BAY—The 7-BR, 7.5-BA townhouse at 16 Marlborough Street is back on the market again. It was originally listed in 2010 for $4,500,000; it now wants $4,900,000, and the renovations will cost ya.

CAMBRIDGE—Our deep-dive into the real apartment rents of the People's Republic continues with a reader report from near Inman Square: $1,950 for one and a half bathrooms and other benefits.