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$750,000 in Boston.
The house at 1 Murray Avenue runs to 2,044 square feet and includes two and a half bathrooms as well as five bedrooms and a deck. It’s asking $749,999.
Unit D404 at 241 Perkins Street is asking $749,900 for its 2,296 square feet, which includes three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The tag also covers two tandem indoor parking spaces. The fee is $1,907, which grants access to amenities such as a pool and tennis courts.
The new-construction, 1,062-square-foot Unit 308 at 2 West Sixth Street comes with one bedroom and one bathroom as well as garage parking. The tag is $749,900, and the condo fee is $426.
The 957-square-foot cottage at 4 Marshall Place is asking $749,900. It includes two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, plus a private patio.
Unit 3 at 55 East Springfield Street runs to 747 square feet and includes two bedrooms and one bathroom. There is an in-unit W/D. The condo fee is not available, but the tag is $749,000.
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1 Murray in Roxbury
Unit D404 at 241 Perkins in JP
Unit 308 at 2 West Sixth in South Boston
4 Marshall in Charlestown
Unit 3 at 55 East Springfield in the South End