Our latest Curbed Comparisons tackles Boston condos asking around $800,000—a hefty sum, to be sure, but one not all that expensive by the city’s standards.
Take a look and then maybe pick a favorite?
↑ We begin in Charlestown in the neighborhood’s Parris Landing complex 42 Eighth Street. Unit 2107 there is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom running to 1,089 square feet.
It’s asking $799,999 and comes with a condo fee for the full-service complex of $748.14. A deeded parking space is included.
↑ In Brighton, the two-level, 2,130-square-foot Unit 1 at 10 Nantasket Avenue includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Its $799,900 asking includes a garaged parking space. There is a $250 condo fee.
↑ Down in Southie, $799,900 gets you a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom duplex at 117 M Street.
Parking does not come with Unit 1, however, and there is a $250 condo fee.
↑ Nearby in Southie is Unit 2 at 9 Beckler Avenue. It’s a 1,114-square-foot two-bedroom duplex with one and a half bathrooms and a large private deck.
The asking is $799,000 and the condo fee is a low, low $146. No parking, though.
↑ We end in the South End, where Unit 4 at 673 Tremont Street is asking $795,000.
It’s an 838-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom on the top floor of a four-story building. The condo fee is $170 and there is no parking included.
There is a private roof deck, though.
Which condo would you buy?
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42 Eighth Avenue, #2107
10 Nantasket Avenue, #1
117 M Street, #1
9 Beckler Avenue, #2
673 Tremont Street, #4