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Jamaica Plain colonial with potential on sale for well under $700,000

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The house with three bedrooms includes a three-season porch and a sizable yard

A bathroom with a step leading into it and a soaking tub next to the sink, and the wallpaper design is pretty striking.
The bathroom comes with a particularly striking wallpaper design.
Photos via Re/Max Achievers

The median sales price for a detached single-family in Boston in December was $625,000, according to the latest figures from the Greater Boston Association of Realtors and the Warren Group, a local research firm.

So that makes the colonial at 90 Bourne Street in Jamaica Plain—with its $659,900 price tag through Re/Max—relatively affordable.

It’s certainly intriguing. The 1,530-square-foot house dating from 1935 comes with the potential for upgrades or even a full renovation. There are three bedrooms and a bathroom to work with, never mind a yard that’s pretty sizable by Boston standards.

The back of a two-story house with a sunroom and a large yard.
Neighborhoods such as Jamaica Plain, which are farther from the city’s center, have some of Boston’s largest backyards.
A largely empty and large living room with a fireplace and stairs leading up from the end of it.
The living room has the house’s sole fireplace.
A closed in porch with furniture and large windows.
There’s a three-season porch.
An older kitchen with two counters, and it ends in a seating area.
The kitchen perhaps offers the greatest opportunity for renovation.
A bedroom with two dressers, two windows, and a rocking chair.
This is one of the three bedrooms.
The front of a boxy, two-story house with a sunroom attached.
The house dates from 1935.