The 981-square-foot Unit 2 at 730 Adams Street in Dorchester's Adams Village includes two bedrooms and two porches—front and back—as well as one and a half bathrooms and a washer-dryer in one of those bathrooms.
All that and the spread retains vestige’s of its property’s 1905 origins. Note the woodwork in particular. The three-family house boasts a three-year-old roof too.
What’s the tag? A very competitive $449,000 through William Raveis’ Nancy Swanson. The median condo sales price in Boston in January was $700,000, according to the latest Greater Boston Association of Realtors figures, so this puppy is definitely on the southern end of the cost spectrum.
Also, interestingly enough, it’s available for private showings. That’s a sign of the times as brokers and sellers pull back from open houses amid concerns about spreading the novel coronavirus.