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Sunny Cambridge two-bedroom clocks in at under $600,000

The spread in a two-unit property just off Danehy Park also comes with central air

A sunny living room with a couch and a bay window.
The condo is in a building dating from 1887. It was converted into two units in 2005.
Photos via Re/Max Destiny

Cambridge is one of the more expensive towns or cities in a Boston region that is expensive overall anyway. Properties in the Boston neighbor can easily run to around $1,000 a square foot, and yet bidding wars are common in the city (or maybe it’s because of those bidding wars that properties run to around $1,000 a square foot).

But along comes Unit 1 at 264 Walden Street near Danehy Park in Cambridge’s western reaches to prove that not everything is super-pricey. The 763-square-footer with central air includes two bedrooms and one bathroom. There’s also access to a yard.

The price tag is $585,000 through Re/Max Destiny—or $766 a square foot. So it’s not exactly cheap, but, for Cambridge, it might be considered a bit of a bargain. A Greater Boston Association of Realtors report, for instance, pegged the median condo sales price for Metro Boston, including Cambridge, at $692,500 in January.

Another angle for that living room, toward the kitchen.
The HOA fee is $120.
A kitchen with a long counter-slash-table in the middle.
The condo comes with the exclusive use of a washer-dryer in the building’s basement.
A bed with a closed closet door.
There are two bedrooms.
A bathroom facing the sink and next to it is a shower with a curtain pulled shut.
The bathroom includes a soaking tub.
The exterior of a boxy, two-story house.
Unit 2 at 264 Walden is owner-occupied.