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Gut-renovated Hyde Park house with five bedrooms asks $725,000

It’s a little too expensive to be a starter home, but it’s miles more affordable than similarly sized places farther into town

An open dining room-living room-kitchen area on the first floor of a large house.
The first floor is essentially wide open.
Photos via Scanlon Real Estate Team

The 4,448-square-foot house at 5 Christy Lane in Hyde Park, near the Boston-Dedham border, is at $725,000 a little too pricey to be a starter home—even for Boston’s southernmost neighborhood.

But it is much more affordable than similarly sized, even smaller, places farther into town. Head to a neighborhood such as Back Bay, Dorchester, or the South End, and a prospective buyer would be facing a tag well beyond 5 Christy’s $162 a square foot through the Scanlon Real Estate Team.

The house—gut-renovated 15 years back—has five bedrooms and four bathrooms as well as a fenced-in yard and a pool. There’s also central AC and a finished basement.

The back and side of a three-story house, with a covered pool within a fenced-in yard.
The house includes that rare thing in Boston proper: a private pool.
A kitchen with an island and lots of cabinetry.
The house was gut-renovated in 2005.
A bathroom with nothing across the shower.
This is one of the four bathrooms.
A bedroom with a couch and a desk, but no bed.
There is the potential for five bedrooms but they can each be used for something else.
A bedroom with a bed.
Then, of course, each bedroom can be used as just that.
A finished basement with a sectional couch.
The finished basement is—like the rest of the house—quite large for Boston.