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‘Good Will Hunting’ apartment in Southie coming on the market

And it looks like you’d expect

Interior of Good Will Hunting apartment

The South Boston apartment that served as the home of Matt Damon’s brooding-genius character in the 1997 film Good Will Hunting is coming on the sales market—and it looks pretty much like what you’d expect.

That is, while what’s now Unit 1 at 190 West Sixth Street appeared rather tumbledown in the movie (see below), it’s all shiny-like and newish today—similar to what gentrification has done to much of Southie during the past 20 years.

The spread’s condition is largely due to a 2012 renovation, a partner at listing brokerage Olde Towne told the Globe’s Emily Sweeney.

The work left Unit 1 with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a Bertazzoni stove, and a wine cooler.

A Sonos sound system comes included, too, as do custom-made shutters, an in-unit washer and dryer, a large rear deck and one deeded parking space.

The condo drops Jan. 11, and the asking price will be $729,000.