Boston is one of the few cities on the continent where nearly $1,000,000 is not all that much cabbage in the housing market. What does a (relatively) little less than that sum buy right now around the city? Our latest Curbed Comparisons seeks to answer that question with a rundown of houses and condos for sale at or near $900,000. Not surprisingly, there are some real beauts on this map, with great locations and plenty of parking.Read More
Boston Price Comparisons: What $900,000 Buys Right Now
213 Lamartine Street
This 1,647-square-foot townhouse has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and was built just last year. It comes with a two-car garage and a condo fee of $441. The price tag is an even $900,000.
15 Sparhawk Street, #1
Another new-construction number, this 4-BR, 3-BA duplex runs to 3,153 square feet and includes a private deck as well as two deeded parking spaces. The condo fee is $250 and the asking price is $899,000.
This 971-square-foot penthouse has two bedrooms and two bathrooms (and one garaged parking space). The condo fee is $87 and the asking price is $899,000.
Its corner location gives this 1,115-square-foot 1-BR, 1-BA both city and water views. The condo comes with a garaged parking space, a $75 condo fee, and an $899,000 asking price.
480 East Fourth Street, #1
This 1,307-square-foot 2-BR, 3-BA was born of an extensive renovation to a property dating from the 1890s. There's off-street parking and the condo fee is $155. The asking is $899,000.
609 Tremont Street, #4
A private roof deck crowns this 1,050-square-foot, 2-BR, 2-BA penthouse. No parking, though, it looks like. The condo fee is $298 and the asking tag is $895,000.