Unit 3 in 42 King Street was recently redone in the shiniest of fashions: Check out the open-floor plan, for one thing, as well as the recessed lighting. A shame the exterior feature of the place, the deck, couldn't have been done up a bit. But no matter. Finding a decent condo in Boston's Thunderdome market for under $250K can be rather difficult (and damn near impossible in neighboring cities).
The 1-BR, 1.5-BA, 950-square-foot spread wants $249,000. That's a relative steal of about $262 a square foot, and comes with the renovation, yes, as well as central air, deeded storage in the building's basement and deeded parking. Oh! And it's close to the T. Transit-oriented, people, transit-oriented.
· Over the Top! Offers Above Asking Abound in the Hub [Curbed Boston]
· The Only Condo in Cambridge and Somerville Under $250K [Curbed Boston]
· Somerville's Downward-Facing Doghouse and Hub's Apt. Future [Curbed Boston]
· Our Sub-Quarter-Mill Club archive [Curbed Boston]