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Top-floor North End spread with harbor views asks $795,000

It’s not quite a starter home in one of Boston’s most historic neighborhoods, but it’s close

A corner living room with windows and furniture, and one wall’s brick.
The condo is on the top floor of a five-story brick building—and it’s on a corner.
Photos via Redfin

Given its location alone, it can be hard to find a starter home in Boston’s North End—a spread in decent shape and not asking too much vis a vis the neighborhood’s median condo sales price as of 2020 of $732,000.

Unit 5 at 59 Fleet Street highlights this reality. The 792-square-foot spread with harbor views from pretty much every room is asking $795,000 through Redfin.

The corner unit with one bedroom and one bathroom—as well as a washer-dryer—is in a building dating from 1900 and carries an HOA fee of $477. What’d you think?

A dining room-kitchen area as viewed from over the dining room table.
The main rooms are all open.
The dining room with its table and four chairs.
There are views of Boston Harbor from pretty much every window.
A bedroom with a bed and a tall dresser.
There are hardwood floors throughout.
An office with a U-shaped desk and a chair, and there’s one window.
There is room for a home office or another use.
The exteriors of two five-story, brick buildings side by side.
The street that 59 Fleet is on is classic North End.