I first saw this on msn.com and couldn't wait to peek inside.  Are you ready?

Herb Chambers is synonymous with being the largest car dealer in New England with his 59 dealerships selling high-end vehicles in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  Herb, according to Forbes, is worth an estimated $2 billion, making their billionaire list in 2018.

So it's no surprise that this luxury car dealer tycoon owns a condo in the Back Bay overlooking the Boston Public Garden for $18 million. It's 3 residences put together, totaling more than 3,300 square feet at the Four Seasons Hotel and Residence at 220 Boylston Street in Boston. Combining 3 condos created this modern stunner listed by Michael Carucci of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty.

According to the listing, owning a Four Season's residence is a rare opportunity, especially when it's three continuous homes.  All combined, 1205,1207, and 1209 have sweeping views of the Boston Public Garden with incredible windows, meticulously renovated with the finest finishes in a very modern style.

The listing says this majestic 3 bedroom 3 1/2 bath plus library and study offers plenty of room for a family or a couple wanting guest suites.  The new owners will enjoy all the amenities that the legendary Four Seasons Hotel offers.

Parking, you ask?  Of course that's included. You'll have two spots to park your cars, or the valet service can park for you.

 According to MSN, Chambers is moving into his new 5,500-square-foot apartment at One Dalton, which is another Four Seasons hotel-and-condo tower in Boston.
Let's take that tour now.

This is What Billionaire Car-Dealership Tycoon Herb Chambers $18 Million Boston Condo Up for Sale Looks Like

The property located at 220 Boylston Street in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood is listed by Michael Carucci of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty

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