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There Are All of Five Condos for Sale in Medford

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Medford is most famous as the hometown of New York-based hegemon Michael Bloomberg. It's also one of the tightest condo markets in a region of tight condo markets. Simply put, there are not a lot of units for sale. In fact, we counted a mere five as of the start of this week. They range from a 3-BR near the Somerville line asking nearly $460,000 down to a 1-BR out by Melrose asking under $250,000. Act fast, if Medford is your bag. These go fast.


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91 Princeton Street, #2

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This is a 3-BR, 1-BA spread over 1,150 square feet and asking $459,900.

89 Princeton Street, #1

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The 1,050-square-foot 2-BR, 2-BA wants $429,900.

38 Vine Street, #38

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This 2-BR, 1-BA spread over 950 square feet is asking $299,900.

289 Elm Street, #77

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A penthouse-style unit, according to its listing, this 2-BR, 2-BA 1,162-square-footer wants $299,900.

48 Forest Street, #102

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This 1-BR, 1-BA is in the converted Old Medford High School. The 702-square-footer wants $239,900.

91 Princeton Street, #2

This is a 3-BR, 1-BA spread over 1,150 square feet and asking $459,900.

89 Princeton Street, #1

The 1,050-square-foot 2-BR, 2-BA wants $429,900.

38 Vine Street, #38

This 2-BR, 1-BA spread over 950 square feet is asking $299,900.

289 Elm Street, #77

A penthouse-style unit, according to its listing, this 2-BR, 2-BA 1,162-square-footer wants $299,900.

48 Forest Street, #102

This 1-BR, 1-BA is in the converted Old Medford High School. The 702-square-footer wants $239,900.