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 $750,000 in five different Boston neighborhoods.
The 907-square-foot Unit 2 at 283 Webster Street in Eastie’s Jeffries Point includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. There’s also central air and a washer-dryer. The asking is $750,000 and the HOA is $194.
Unit U609 at 121 Portland Street is in a building that includes a fitness center and concierge services. The 726-square-foot one-bedroom, one bathroom also comes with central air. The tag is $749,999 and the HOA is $499.54.
Located in Boston’s smallest neighborhood, Unit 1 at 60 Melrose Street runs to 762 square feet over two levels. It includes two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. There’s also a private brick patio and a washer-dryer. The tag is $749,000, with a HOA of $280.
The 902-square-foot Unit 3 at 146 M Street is part of a three-unit conversion finished in 2019. It includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and has central air. The price is $749,000, with the HOA unavailable.
Unit 201 at 101 Heath Street is part of a new development that is wrapping construction early this year. The 1,395-square-foot spread with central air includes three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The $749,000 tag covers a heated garage parking space. The HOA is $300.
Which $750,000 Boston spread would you buy?
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Unit 2 at 283 Webster in Eastie
Unit U609 at 121 Portland in downtown
Unit 1 at 60 Melrose Bay Village
Unit 3 at 146 M in Southie
Unit 201 at 101 Heath in Mission Hill