With spring upon us (at least officially), we train Curbed Comparisons upon the reliably busy price point of $700,000 or thereabouts.
What does it command around Boston right now? Come along. And don’t forget to vote at the end!
↑ In South Boston, Unit 2 at 276 Bowen Street is asking $699,000 through Boston Real Estate Cooperative.
The tag for the 956-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom includes a deeded off-street parking space and storage in the building.
The condo fee is $165.
↑ That same $699,000 can command a studio at 319 A Street in Fort Point.
Unit 504, which Campion & Co. is listing, runs to 527 square feet and comes with the opportunity to rent a parking spot.
The condo fee is $503.
↑ Now to downtown Boston, where Unit 803 at 3 Avery Street in the Ritz-Carlton complex is also asking $699,000 through Century 21 Cityside.
It’s a 965-square-foot one-bedroom with one and a half bathrooms. The tag includes one garaged parking space and access to the complex’s amenities, including a fitness center.
Beware: The condo fee is $1,638.
↑ In Jamaica Plain, $699,000 buys Unit 1 at 58 Weld Hill Street. It’s a 2,048-square-foot three-bedroom with two and a half bathrooms.
The tag includes assigned off-street parking and there is outdoor space.
The condo fee is $250. Cervone Deegan has the listing.
↑ We end in Allston, at the newly built 180 Telford Street. Unit 315 there is asking $698,888.
It’s a 697-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom; and comes with access to the complex’s amenities, including pet-grooming services and a courtyard with grill stations.
The unit also includes the opportunity to buy a $45,000 garaged parking space.
The condo fee is $450. Thread Real Estate has the listing.
Which one would you buy?
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Unit 2 at 276 Bowen Street in Southie
Unit 504 at 319 A Street in Fort Point
Unit 803 at 3 Avery Street in downtown
Unit 1 at 58 Weld Hill Street in JP
Unit 315 at 180 Telford Street in Allston