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New Roxbury one-bedroom with central air asks $300,000

The air-conditioned condo is part of a four-unit project that wrapped this year

A spacious open kitchen with a long counter.
The HOA fee is $168.
Photos via Matt Marshall/Multifamily Real Estate Associates LLC

The novel coronavirus pandemic may have drastically (and understandably) slowed the pace of development in Boston, but projects have wrapped in the early part of 2020. Among these is the four-unit condo conversion at 4 West Cottage Street in Roxbury.

And among those four units is Unit 1. It’s a 685-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom with high ceilings and modern finishes as well as central AC, in-unit laundry, and storage in the building’s basement.

Also of note: its price. Unit 1 is asking $300,000, or $437 a square foot, through Matt Marshall. Both sums are on the southern end of the Boston price spectrum. The latest data put the city’s median condo sales price at $700,000, for instance.

An open living room with furniture and lots of natural light.
High ceilings are a feature of the condo.
A bathroom with a vanity next to a toilet next to a shower with no curtain.
There’s one bathroom.
An empty bedroom with a large, opened closet.
The bedroom comes with ample closet space, but there’s storage in the building basement too.
More space in the bedroom, with bay windows.
And then here’s the bay windows in the bedroom.