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South Boston loft in ‘a walker’s paradise’ asks $420,000

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It’s not big—just 415 square feet—but the West Second Street condo might just be the perfect Boston starter home

A small open kitchen-living room area with large windows and furniture.
The loft’s building went up in 1920.
Photos via iCare Realty

Despite a general rise in prices in recent years, there are still plenty of starter home options to be had in South Boston. A prime example: The newly listed Unit 203 at the Foundry building at 320 West Second Street.

It’s asking $420,000 for its 415 airy, light-drenched square feet. There is one bedroom and one bathroom as well as central air and access to what the iCare Realty listing rightly describes as “a walker’s paradise” in that area of Southie.

So it’s a matter then of trading space for location and austere functionality. Would you?

A view of the kitchen over two chairs and a countertop.
The listing for the condo stresses its functionality.
A bathroom with a partially enclosed shower and a basin sink.
The HOA fee is $324.
The living room with its large windows and a couch, and there’s a TV mounted on the wall.