The T is one of the Boston region's binding features, for better or worse. Living near a stop can have its advantages in terms of commute times, but can also cost quite a bit more than living farther away.
What about living at the ends of the T's various tentacles? What's that cost?
Here's a map of representative homes at different ends. They are each no more than a 15-minute walk or so from the actual stations. The data came from real estate research site NeighborhoodX, which culled from current market-rate listings.
Big takeaways: The western ends of the Green Line will cost you as will the Bowdoin end of the Blue.Read More