And, now, the results of our latest Real Estate Deathmatch.
Our latest head-to-head, winner-take-all free-for-all pitted two Cambridge mansions in the chi-chi environs of Harvard Square against each other: the 6,351-square-foot 23 Hawthorn Street asking $4,500,000 vs. the 4,812-square-foot 138 Brattle Street asking $4,200,000. Both are not eyesores to regard. But only one could emerge the winner.
Somehow, in a game that tugs at the strings of fantasy, the cheaper, smaller house won—and handily so. That's right: 58 percent of you went with 138 Brattle, despite it being more than 1,500 square feet tinier than 23 Hawthorn. Care to share why you voted that way? We're all ears.
· Our Real Estate Death Match archive [Curbed Boston]