A monthly rent of $2,500 commands at least one bedroom in Boston at the start of 2018, per our latest Curbed Comparisons. What else does it get you? Come along.
It has one bedroom and one bathroom as well as central air and in-unit laundry.
↑ In Charlestown’s Navy Yard area, the 766-square-foot Unit 229 at 106 13th Street includes one bedroom and the potential for one more through conversion of a study. There is one bathroom.
The rent also covers one garaged parking space for a compact car.
↑ Unit 2 at 199 East Cottage Street in Dorchester’s Uphams Corner is a whopping 1,707 square feet.
The duplex has three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. There’s also central air and a private front porch.
↑ Unit 301 at 300 Commercial Street on the North End waterfront is a 600-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom with central air and in-unit W/D.
The rent also covers access to a shared roof deck.
↑ We end in Back Bay, with the smallest of the selection: A 548-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom at 351 Beacon Street.
Renting Unit 2 here would put a tenant in the thick of the tony neighborhood, though.
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Unit 4 at 681 Massachusetts Avenue in the South End
Unit 229 at 106 13th Street in Charlestown
Unit 2 at 199 East Cottage Street in Dorchester
Unit 301 at 300 Commercial Street in the North End
Unit 2 at 351 Beacon Street in Back Bay