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Three-story bungalow in West Roxbury asks under $570,000

The woodsy house dating from 1929 includes three bedrooms as well

A long, spacious living room with lots of wood and furniture.
Buyers trade location for space in houses in neighborhoods such as West Roxbury.
Listed by: Insight Realty Group

The most affordable single-families in Boston—relatively speaking—are farther out from the city’s downtown. Case in point: This three-level, three-bedroom bungalow in West Roxbury.

The house near the Dedham-Boston line is asking $569,000 through Insight Realty for its 2,403 square feet, which also includes three bathrooms—one full—and as much woodwork as anyone could hope to own. There’s also a multi-level deck and a small yard out back.

Just how inexpensive (again, relatively) is $569,000 for a single-family in Boston? The median sales price for a detached single-family in the city was $625,000 in December, based on closed deals.

The exterior of a three-story bungalow-style house, with a long set of steps up to the front door.
The bungalow dates from 1929.
A woodsy dining room with a built-in hutch.
There’s a built-in hutch and other cabinetry in the dining room.
A small back deck with two chairs on either side of a colorful table.
The backyard starts with the first level of the deck.
The cabinetry in the kitchen goes way back.
The bottom of a spiral staircase, and there’s a living room visible through an opening there.
And we close with the spiral staircase.