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 $650,000 in several Boston neighborhoods.
Unit 4 at 88 Beacon Street is a 494-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom in a 120-year-old brownstone. It’s asking $650,000 even, with a HOA fee of $238.
The 1,671-square-foot house at 20 Powell Street includes four bedrooms and two bathrooms. It’s asking $650,000, and includes a driveway and a yard.
The 901-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom Unit 1 at 196 Boylston Street is part of a new three-unit building. It’s got central air, and the $650,000 tag covers two parking spaces—including one garage. The HOA is $150.
In-unit laundry comes with Unit L615 at 70 Lincoln Street, a 651-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom. The spread in downtown’s Leather District is asking $650,000, with an HOA of $405.
Unit 3 at 90 Easton Street is a 1,039-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom with washer-dryer hookups in a recently converted triple-decker. The asking is $649,900, and the tentative HOA is $200.
Which $650,000 Boston spread would you buy?
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Unit 4 at 88 Beacon in Beacon Hill
20 Powell in West Roxbury
Unit 1 at 196 Boylston in JP
Unit L615 at 70 Lincoln in the Leather District
Unit 3 at 90 Easton in Allston