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 $450,000 in different Boston neighborhoods.
Unit 1 at 5 Everett Street in Dot’s Uphams Corner comes with central air and in-unit laundry as well as two designated off-street parking spaces. The 900-square-foot condo includes two bedrooms and three bathrooms. The tag is $450,000 even, with a HOA fee of $175.
Also in Uphams Corner, Unit 2 at 26 Elder Street is 850 square feet with three bedrooms and one bathroom. There’s central air here too, and the condo comes with washer-dryer hookups. The asking is $450,000, and the HOA is $180.
Unit 507 at 99 Sumner Street on the Eastie waterfront is part of a relatively new development called the Mark at DeNormandie Wharf. As such, the 447-square-foot studio’s $449,900 tag and $321.94 HOA entitle an owner to access to amenities such as a fitness center, a terrace with fire pits, and a golf simulator.
The top-floor Unit 3 at 71 Neponset Avenue in Hyde Park’s Fairmount Hill area includes four bedrooms and two bathrooms within its 1,146 square feet. There’s in-unit laundry, and the $449,000 tag covers two tandem parking spots too. The HOA for the recently renovated spread is $175.
Another studio, Unit 4H at 108 Peterborough Street runs to 431 square feet in an elevator building. The tag is $445,900, and the HOA is $213.
Which $450,000 Boston spread would you buy?
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Unit 1 at 5 Everett in Dot
Unit 2 at 26 Elder in Dot
Unit 507 at 99 Sumner in Eastie
Unit 3 at 71 Neponset in Hyde Park
Unit 4H at 108 Peterborough in Fenway