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 $800,000 in Boston.
The 1,700-square-foot antique-style house at 54 Seaverns Avenue includes four bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms as well as a patio. The asking is $800,000 even.
Unit 7E at the full-service 65 East India Row is on the seventh floor and therefore offers unobstructed views of Boston Harbor. The 860-square-foot condo includes one bedroom and one bathroom. The asking is $800,000 and the condo fee is $874. A parking spot is available for rent.
The $799,950 tag and $338.90 condo fee for Unit 29 at 225 Dorchester Street cover two garage parking spaces never mind the 1,208-square-foot unit itself. That comes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Unit A at 401 Beacon Street is part of a recently finished conversion called the Lydon. The 407-square-foot condo has one bedroom and one bathroom, and the building has concierge services. The $799,000 tag and the $463 fee cover a garaged parking space as well.
A private deck come with Unit 3 at 1 Worcester Square. The 907-square-footer asking $799,000 has two-bedrooms and one-bathroom. There’s laundry and storage in the building basement, and the condo fee is $253.21.
Which one would you buy?
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54 Seaverns in JP
Unit 7E at 65 East India on the Waterfront
Unit 29 at 225 Dorchester in Southie
Unit A at 401 Beacon in Back Bay
Unit 3 at 1 Worcester in the South End