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’s townhouse? Let’s find out! Next up is $1 million in five different Boston neighborhoods.
Unit 211 at 2400 Beacon Street on Boston’s western edge is asking $999,900 for its 1,170 square feet, which includes two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. There’s a balcony, central air, and in-unit laundry; and a deeded parking space comes with the price. The HOA fee is $818.
Central air, in-unit laundry, and a garage parking space come with Unit 4T at 100 Fulton Street, which is asking $999,900. The 1,263-square-foot condo in a concierge building includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The HOA is $1,046.
Unit 13 at 492 Beacon Street is 870 square feet, and includes one bedroom and one bathroom. There’s washer-dryer and central air, and the $999,000 tag covers a deeded parking spot. The HOA is $822.
Just north of the Red Line’s Broadway stop is 14 West Broadway, where Unit 5C is asking $999,000. The 1,005-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom in the full-service building comes with one garage parking spot. The HOA is $1,176. (There are no interior shots of the spread available.)
The house at 148 Bunker Hill Street runs to 1,580 square feet and includes four bedrooms. There are also two bathrooms. The tag is $995,000.
Which $1 million spread would you buy?
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Unit 211 at 2400 Beacon in Brighton
Unit 4T at 100 Fulton in the North End
Unit 13 at 492 Beacon in Back Bay
Unit 5C at 14 West Broadway in Southie
148 Bunker Hill in Charlestown