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 $775,000 in several Boston neighborhoods.
The two-level, 1,672-square-foot Unit 1 at 714 East Fifth Street includes two bedrooms and three full bathrooms. The condo—which also includes a patio and central air—is the product of a 2019 conversion. The asking is $774,900, and the HOA is $205.
Unit 401 at 3 Avery Street—part of the Ritz Carlton Residences—is 1,509 square feet, and includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The building offers a suite of amenities, too, including concierge services and preferred rates at a fitness center. There’s central air too. The asking is $770,000, and the HOA is $2,283 (that fee includes the AC).
Unit 202 at 85 Willow Court is part of a 14-unit development that went up in 2019. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom runs to 1,217 square feet. It includes two private decks and central air. The tag is $769,000, and the HOA is $309.
The 805-square-foot Unit 205W at 96 Gainsborough Street includes two bedrooms and one bathroom. There’s a deck off the main bedroom, and the condo includes central air and a washer-dryer. The asking is $769,000, and the HOA is $475.
We end our Curbed Comparisons in Unit 401 at 250 Meridian Street on the Eastie waterfront. The floor-through is 1,168 square feet, and includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. There’s central air and in-unit laundry; and the $765,000 tag covers one garage parking spot too. The HOA is $463.
Which $775,000 Boston spread would you buy?
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Unit 1 at 714 East Fifth in Southie
Unit 401 at 3 Avery in downtown
Unit 202 at 85 Willow in Dot
Unit 205W at 96 Gainsborough in Fenway-Kenmore
Unit 401 at 250 Meridian in Eastie