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Commonwealth Avenue two-bedroom with bright ceilings asks $839,000

The spread in a 120-year-old Back Bay building includes large closets in those bedrooms

A spacious oval living room with a bay window and a fireplace, and there’s furniture.
The condo is on the third floor.
Photos via Stephen Chase/Keller Williams

The 24-unit condo building at 373 Commonwealth Avenue where Back Bay starts to meet the Fenway/Kenmore Square area dates from the early 1890s. Its Unit 302 retains vestiges of that birth, including in some of the hardwood flooring and part of the fireplace mantel.

But what really pops about the place—on sale now through Keller Williams’ Stephen Chase for $839,000—are some of the bright crown moldings and the ceilings, particularly in the two bedrooms. The condo also has one bathroom as well as large closets in said bedrooms.

As for that price, it’s tricky to analyze. Taken as whole, the $839,000 is probably on the north side of what Boston condos go for now. A Greater Boston Association of Realtors report for January pegged the median condo price at $700,000. The same report, though, said units that month sold for $812 a square foot. Unit 302 is asking $445.

Another angle on that living room, showing a table and chairs in front of the fireplace and built-in bookshelves.
What would you put on those shelves?
A small kitchen with a counter ending in a fridge.
The HOA fee is $445.
A bedroom with a bed that takes up much of it.
The ceilings pop in the bedrooms.
A room with a desk and a chair and an exercise bike. There’s a large mirror covering one wall.
This is the second bedroom.
A dining room area, with a table with a single chair and a bay window.
This is more of the living room-dining room area.
A bathroom with the shower curtain pulled back next to the toilet.
The condo has one bathroom.