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 $600,000 in different Boston neighborhoods.
The 93-square-foot balcony with windows is essentially another room within Unit 6R at 6 Whittier Place, an 895-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom with central air asking $600,000 even. The HOA is $725.
Unit 1 at at 331 Chelsea Street is part of an under-construction four-unit property due to be move-in ready this spring. The 1,015-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom with central air and in-unit laundry is asking $599,900. The HOA is $242.81.
A garage parking spot as well as central air and in-unit laundry comes with Unit 405 at 166 Terrace Street. The 1,424-square-footer with two bedrooms and two bathrooms is asking $599,900. The HOA is $849.
A deeded off-street parking spot comes with Unit 2 at 17 Roseclair Street, which is also asking $599,900. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom runs to 1,249 square feet, and includes central air. The HOA is $292.
We end in one of the Boston area’s busier neighborhoods in terms of new development. Unit 1 at 90 Easton Street is a recently renovated two-bedroom, two-bathroom unfolding over 1,039 square feet and asking $599,900 with a HOA of $200. A deeded tandem parking spot is included, and the condo’s deed says it has to be owner-occupied.
Which $600,000 Boston spread would you buy?
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Unit 6R at 6 Whittier in the West End
Unit 1 at 331 Chelsea in Eastie
Unit 405 at 166 Terrace in Mission Hill
Unit 2 at 17 Roseclair in Dot
Unit 1 at 90 Easton in Allston