If only there were a saying in real estate about location, 'cause this 450-square-foot studio at 135 Commonwealth Avenue has it in spades. That alone likely justifies its asking price, which started at $359,000 on Aug. 1 and has since steadily declined, making the first-floor spread the cheapest condo for sale in what's usually Boston's most expensive neighborhood (or at least the neighborhood that dominates the city's higher-end sales).
The condo was recently price-chopped $4K to its current asking of $345,000. It does come with a $500 credit for a paint job, by the way. It also comes with a tenant forking over $1,700 a month.
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