The 870-square-foot Unit 403 at 33 Sleeper Street in the Fort Point-Seaport District borderlands is the product of a gut renovation.
That work left the high-ceilinged, open-space spread with a very contemporary look (and kitchen) but also with its sole bedroom snazzily enclosed in etched glass. Doors slide open for access to the room.
Unit 403 is asking $900,000—or $1,031 a square foot—through Compass. As high as that might appear, it’s actually on the less expensive end for that area of Boston. A report that culled closed deals in the fourth quarter of 2019 found the Seaport’s median condo sales price to be about $1.37 million, and its average price per square foot $1,378.