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 $575,000 in different Boston neighborhoods.
Unit 210 at 319 A Street is a 462-square-foot studio with in-unit laundry, central air, and access to such building amenities as a roof deck and a bike room. The asking is $575,000, and the HOA fee is $454.
There are washer-dryer hookups in Unit 2 at 331 E Street, a 751-square-foot condo with three bedrooms and one bathroom. The tag is $575,000, and the HOA is $150.
Unit 8 at 152 Prince Street comes with access to shared laundry in the building’s basement. The 718-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom with central AC and its own roof deck is asking $575,000. The HOA is $145.
In Southie again, where Unit 2 at 9 Douglas Street runs to 595 square feet and includes one bedroom and one bathroom. There is central air, and the condo includes washer-dryer hookups. The asking is $574,900, and the HOA is $200.
Unit 1 at 20 Spring Garden Street is 1,036 square feet, and includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms (and is an excellent example of a starter home in Dorchester). The asking is $574,900, and the HOA is $260. The condo includes a washer-dryer, a deck, and central air.
Which $575,000 Boston spread would you buy?
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Unit 210 at 319 A in Fort Point
Unit 2 at 331 E in Southie
Unit 8 at 152 Prince in the North End
Unit 2 at 9 Douglas in Southie
Unit 1 at 20 Spring Garden in Dot