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.