Newton is not the municipality in the Boston region one hunts within when one is looking for a deal on a house.
Yet here’s 1400 Walnut Avenue just south of Boylston Street in the Newton Highlands area asking under $1 million. The colonial with 2,254 square feet, three bedrooms, and two and a half bathrooms wants $949,000 through Hammond Residential, to be precise.
While that might seem a stonking high tag, it constitutes a steal for Newton, especially because we’re talking about a single-family house and not a condo—a colonial dating from the late 1930s, in fact.
Step inside. Quick.
- Brookline vs. Newton condo prices: One’s pricier than the others [Curbed Boston]