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Cavernous Mattapan condo in converted three-family house asks $435,000

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom spread includes central air and lots of natural light

A living room with very high, peaked ceilings and furniture, and it’s open to the kitchen and dining area.
The gambrel-style house the unit is in dates from 1889.
Photos via Re/Max Destiny

The dilapidated three-family house at 51 Bicknell Street where Roxbury, Mattapan, and Dorchester meet near Franklin Park sold in early 2019 for $435,000. It has since been converted into three units, and its Unit 3 is now on sale for $465,000 through RE/MAX Destiny’s Melvin Vieira.

It’s a spacious, cavernous affair, with peaked ceilings and arches throughout its 1,000 square feet. The condo comes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as central air and modern appliances. There’s a deeded parking spot too.

As for that $465,000 tag, it’s very competitive for the current Boston condo market. The city’s median condo sales price was $700,000 at the end of January, according to the latest stats. And a new owner could head over to Franklin Park for further interior design inspiration. What’d you think?

A kitchen with counters and appliances on either side of a narrow opening.
The other two units in 51 Bicknell are also on sale, each for under $500,000.
A closeup of the dining area with a table and two chairs under an arch by a window.
The HOA fee is $190.
A bathroom with a basin sink and a glass-enclosed shower.
There are two bathrooms.
A bedroom with a bed next to a closet.
This is one of the two bedrooms.