Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount (or thereabouts) in the Boston area. Is one woman’s studio another woman’s townhouse? Let’s find out! This week it’s $600,000 in Boston.
In Mission Hill, $599,900 buys Unit 401 at 166 Terrace Street. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom runs to 1,216 square feet. Garage parking is available for additional purchase. The condo fee is $762.
Unit 21 at 16 Boardman Street in Eastie also includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It’s 997 square feet and is asking $599,900. It’s new construction, and the condo fee is $303.
Unit 102 at 743 East Fourth Street in South Boston is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom running to 627 square feet, and asking $599,900. It comes with deeded off-street parking, and the condo fee is $337.
On the North End waterfront, Unit 52 at 328 Commercial Street is asking $599,000. The 633-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom is on the fifth—and top—floor of an elevator building.
We end in Dot, where $599,000 buys Unit 4 at 23 Dix Street. The 1,193-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom includes, well, two parking spaces. The condo fee is $300.
Which one would you buy?
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Unit 401 at 166 Terrace in Mission Hill
Unit 21 at 16 Boardman in East Boston
Unit 102 at 743 East Fourth in South Boston
Unit 52 at 328 Commercial in the North End
Unit 4 at 23 Dix in Dorchester