Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular 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! Next up is $900,000 in Boston proper.
Unit L413 at 70 Lincoln Street runs to an airy 1,055 square feet, and includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The condo comes with in-unit laundry and central air. The tag is $899,900, and the HOA fee is $708.33.
The $899,900 tag for Unit 4 at 585 East Seventh Street includes one garage parking spot. The 1,122-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom also includes central air and in-unit laundry. The HOA fee is $171.42.
Unit 2 at 40 Soley Street is a duplex that ends with a private roof deck. The two-bedroom with one and a half bathrooms, central air, and in-unit laundry runs to 1,235 square feet and is asking $899,900. The HOA fee is $300.
The $899,000 asking for Unit 307 at 1200 Washington Street includes a private terrace. There is one bedroom and one bathroom, and the condo with central air and in-unit laundry covers 985 square feet. The HOA fee is $454.
Let’s end with Unit 202 at 390 Commonwealth Avenue, an 893-square-foot two-bedroom with one-bathroom. The condo includes central air and in-unit laundry, and the $899,000 tag covers a garage parking space too. The HOA fee is $681.
Which one would you buy?
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Unit L413 at 70 Lincoln in downtown
Unit 4 at 585 East Seventh in Southie
Unit 2 at 40 Soley in Charlestown
Unit 307 at 1200 Washington in the South End
Unit 202 at 390 Commonwealth in Back Bay