Unit 2J at 366 Commonwealth Avenue in western Back Bay stretches to just 216 square feet, making it a tiny home (a.k.a. micro-apartment) by any definition.
The location, though, as well as a recent renovation and Boston housing costs in general enable the veritable cubbyhole to plausibly ask $369,000—or $1,708 a square foot—through Compass.
The studio also fits a lot in, with a galley kitchen stacked with the latest appliances and lots of cabinet space.
The perfectly normal Back Bay tag also covers access to a shared roof deck. What’d you think?
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