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 $525,000 in different Boston neighborhoods.
Unit 14 at 65 Burbank Street is 459 square feet, and includes one bedroom and one bathroom. It’s asking $525,000 even with a HOA fee of $332. There’s laundry in the building.
Another selection coming in at $525,000 even, Unit 3 at 38 Woodville Street runs to 1,361 square feet and includes three bedrooms. There are one and a half bathrooms as well as washer-dryer hookups. The HOA is $200.
Now we dip slightly below $525,000. Unit 1 at 123-A Falcon Street in the northern reaches of Eastie’s Eagle Hill is asking $524,999. The duplex townhouse in a six-unit development is 1,294 square feet, and comes with two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. There’s one deeded parking space.
Unit 3 at 217 Paris Street is in Eagle Hill’s southern reaches toward Logan Airport. It’s a 740-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom with central air and an electric clothes dryer (there’s a washer hookup too). The $519,955 tag and the $208.12 HOA fee cover a garage parking space too.
We end in Dot’s Ashmont area in a converted triple-decker. Unit 3 at 27 Armandine Street runs to 1,051 square feet, and includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. There’s central air and driveway parking. The price is $519,000, and the HOA fee is $200.
Which $525,000 Boston spread would you buy?
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Unit 14 at 65 Burbank in Fenway
Unit 3 at 38 Woodville in Roxbury
Unit 1 at 123-A Falcon in Eastie
Unit 3 at 217 Paris in Eastie
Unit 3 at 27 Armandine in Dot