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South End floor-through boasts ‘flex space’

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The two-bedroom on an upper floor wants more than $1,000 a square foot

Cute, clean, small kitchen with a knife block on the counter prominently featured. Photos via Coldwell Banker

The 676-square-foot Unit 5 at 806 Tremont Street is located in a building that is smack-dab in the middle of one of the Boston region’s more coveted—and certainly fastest-changing—neighborhoods.

That alone likely justifies the two-bedroom, one-bathroom spread’s tag of $700,000, or $1,035 a square foot. Then again, a report at the start of January pegged the average sales price for South End condos at $1,046 a square foot. And the neighborhood’s median sales price, per closed deals during 2019’s fourth quarter, was $975,000.

So Unit 5 is not asking that much. It includes a private deck and a washer-dryer. And, as the Coldwell Banker listing notes, that second bedroom is “perfect flex space.”

A snug living room with furniture and a ceiling fan.
Another angle of the same living room, with the furniture against a corner.
A bedroom with a bed and two windows bowing out.
A bathroom with a glass-enclosed shower.