Much like $700,000, $600,000 (or thereabouts) is a particularly busy price point in Boston.
Here’s what it buys around the city right now, including in East Boston, Dorchester, and Back Bay.
↑ Unit 1 at 177 Coleridge Street in East Boston is the product of a 2017 conversion. The 1,086-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bedroom is asking $600,000 even.
It includes an expansive private deck and off-street parking. The condo fee is $400.
↑ In Dorchester, Unit 1 at 96 Neponset Avenue includes a finished basement, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms amid its 1,711 square feet.
The asking price is $599,999 and the condo fee is $205.87. That covers two off-street parking spaces, too.
The one-bedroom, one-bathroom runs to 602 square feet and does not come with parking (though it does have an in-unit W/D). The condo fee is $109.
↑ Unit 3R in Back Bay’s 169 Beacon Street is a 481-square-foot studio that has been recently renovated. It’s asking $595,000 with a condo fee of $280.59.
The tag includes on-street parking, but this one’s all about location and not size nor amenities.
↑ We end in the Leather District in Unit L615 at 70 Lincoln Street. It’s a 651-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom asking $594,900.
That includes on-street parking. The condo fee is $370.42.
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Unit 1 at 177 Coleridge Street in East Boston
Unit 1 at 96 Neponset Avenue in Dorchester
Unit 4 at 528 Tremont Street in the South End
Unit 3R at 169 Beacon Street in Back Bay
Unit L615 at 70 Lincoln Street in the Leather District
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