It's not just the million-dollar-plus listings in Brooklyn's branch office that are finding buyers fast. Literally every single condo and house in Somerville currently asking at least $779,000 is either under contract or has one pending.
To start, there are the half-dozen ones asking more than $1,049,000 each. The 3-BR, 1.5-BA house on a large Davis Square lot at 204 Morrison Avenue is the priciest of the bunch: $1,495,000. That's its living room above.
Just outside the Million Dollar Sextet is Unit A at 19 Adams Street. That 3-BR, 2.5-BA condo wants $999,000. Interestingly, Unit B in the same building is asking $1,049,000. It's slightly bigger: 2,207 square feet vs. 2,083.
There are then five listings at Nos. 6 and 8 Beacon Street asking between $879,000 and $920,000. These include Unit 4 at 8 Beacon, a 2-BR, 2.5-BA wanting $895,000.
There are three places asking $799,000 on the dot: a 4-BR, 2-BA condo at 107 Highland Road; a 2-BR, 2-BA penthouse at 50 Bow Street; and a 4-BR, 3.5-BA at the new 67 Summer Street off Union Square.
Finally, bringing up the rear is the 4-BR, 4-BA house at 10 Belmont Place. It wants $779,000.
It was on the market for just two weeks before it found a buyer, which is kind of the point: Many of these 20 listings, Somerville's priciest, found buyers relatively fast. That house at 204 Morrison, for instance: barely a month and a half. Unit A at 19 Adams? Same. The 50 Bow penthouse didn't even need two weeks. You might say it's just like with the cheaper stuff in Somerville. Yes, you might.
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