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10 two-bedrooms for sale off the Red Line

These spreads in Cambridge, Boston, and Quincy each offer a fair amount of space as well as ready proximity to the T’s busiest line

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The Red Line—the T’s busiest route—runs from south of Boston in Quincy, through Boston, and out to the western reaches of Cambridge. Along the way, it stops in dense commercial hubs such as the area around South Station, downtown Boston, the Boston Common orbit, Kendall Square, and Central Square.

As such, people want to be, or have to be, near the Red Line. These two-bedrooms for sale along it offer that proximity as well as a fair amount of space. All aboard.

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10 Weston Avenue, #327

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This 748-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom near the Wollaston stop includes a washer-dryer as well as a parking spot. The asking is $354,900, and the HOA is $275.

A long living room with wall-to-wall carpeting and a table and chairs at one end, and there’s a couch at the far end. Photo via Mike Clancy

18 Johnson Avenue, #3

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This 1,331-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom near the Quincy Center stop is part of a development that opened in 2019. It comes with central air and in-unit laundry, and there’s parking for $30,000 extra. The tag is $559,000, and the HOA is $320.

The view of a newer kitchen from over a granite countertop. Photo via Jessica Ye

77 Lyndhurst Street, #1

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This 1,235-square-foot condo near the Shawmut stop includes two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. It’s the product of a conversion of a Victorian that was completed in 2019. There’s central air and a porch. The tag is $635,000, and the HOA is $200.

A spacious opening living room-kitchen area with furniture. Photo via Compass

944 Dorchester Avenue, #58

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In-unit laundry, a deeded parking spot, and roof access come with this 1,057-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom near the JFK/UMass stop. The asking is $599,900, and the HOA is $547.

An open kitchen with an island. Photo via Midtown Properties

14 West Broadway, #3A

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This 1,435-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom is part of a two-year-old development near the Broadway stop. It includes central air and one garage parking spot as well as access to building amenities such as a fitness center and a roof deck. The tag is $1,199,000, and the HOA is $1,679.

A bedroom with a bed and a table, and buildings are visible beyond the floor-to-ceiling windows. Photo via Compass

70 Lincoln Street, #L413

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Central air and in-unit laundry come with this two-bedroom, two-bathroom near South Station. The tag for the 1,055-square-foot spread is $899,900, with an HOA of $708.

An open living room-kitchen area with furniture, including a small table and chairs. Photo via Robb Cohen

3 Winter Place, #1-2

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Things get pricier as the Red Line moves through downtown Boston. Case in point: This combined-unit spread running to 3,435 square feet and containing a pair of bedroom suites is asking $2,738,000 with an HOA of $786. It’s halfway between the Park Street and Downtown Crossing stops.

An elegant living room with a grand fireplace and a table and two chairs in front of it, and there’s a chess board set up on the table. Photo via Gibson Sotheby’s

5 Grove Street, #8

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It’s not all titanic tags in downtown Boston, though. This condo near the Charles/MGH stop is asking $725,000—relatively cheap fora condo in downtown Boston nowadays—and has a HOA of $235. The 655-square-foot spread has two bedrooms and one bathroom as well as central air and in-unit laundry. There’s also access to a roof deck.

1643 Cambridge Street, #41

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This 705-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom is the first spread on the map not to come with central air. Still, it’s got quite the location, right near the Harvard Square stop. Garage parking is included in the $720,000 price. The HOA is $347.

18-20 Harrison Avenue, #1

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Not even a half-mile from the Alewife terminus, this 1,008-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom includes one assigned parking spot and two porches. There’s in-unit laundry too. The asking is $609,000, and the HOA is $150.

10 Weston Avenue, #327

A long living room with wall-to-wall carpeting and a table and chairs at one end, and there’s a couch at the far end. Photo via Mike Clancy

This 748-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom near the Wollaston stop includes a washer-dryer as well as a parking spot. The asking is $354,900, and the HOA is $275.

A long living room with wall-to-wall carpeting and a table and chairs at one end, and there’s a couch at the far end. Photo via Mike Clancy

18 Johnson Avenue, #3

The view of a newer kitchen from over a granite countertop. Photo via Jessica Ye

This 1,331-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom near the Quincy Center stop is part of a development that opened in 2019. It comes with central air and in-unit laundry, and there’s parking for $30,000 extra. The tag is $559,000, and the HOA is $320.

The view of a newer kitchen from over a granite countertop. Photo via Jessica Ye

77 Lyndhurst Street, #1

A spacious opening living room-kitchen area with furniture. Photo via Compass

This 1,235-square-foot condo near the Shawmut stop includes two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. It’s the product of a conversion of a Victorian that was completed in 2019. There’s central air and a porch. The tag is $635,000, and the HOA is $200.

A spacious opening living room-kitchen area with furniture. Photo via Compass

944 Dorchester Avenue, #58

An open kitchen with an island. Photo via Midtown Properties

In-unit laundry, a deeded parking spot, and roof access come with this 1,057-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom near the JFK/UMass stop. The asking is $599,900, and the HOA is $547.

An open kitchen with an island. Photo via Midtown Properties

14 West Broadway, #3A

A bedroom with a bed and a table, and buildings are visible beyond the floor-to-ceiling windows. Photo via Compass

This 1,435-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom is part of a two-year-old development near the Broadway stop. It includes central air and one garage parking spot as well as access to building amenities such as a fitness center and a roof deck. The tag is $1,199,000, and the HOA is $1,679.

A bedroom with a bed and a table, and buildings are visible beyond the floor-to-ceiling windows. Photo via Compass

70 Lincoln Street, #L413

An open living room-kitchen area with furniture, including a small table and chairs. Photo via Robb Cohen

Central air and in-unit laundry come with this two-bedroom, two-bathroom near South Station. The tag for the 1,055-square-foot spread is $899,900, with an HOA of $708.

An open living room-kitchen area with furniture, including a small table and chairs. Photo via Robb Cohen

3 Winter Place, #1-2

An elegant living room with a grand fireplace and a table and two chairs in front of it, and there’s a chess board set up on the table. Photo via Gibson Sotheby’s

Things get pricier as the Red Line moves through downtown Boston. Case in point: This combined-unit spread running to 3,435 square feet and containing a pair of bedroom suites is asking $2,738,000 with an HOA of $786. It’s halfway between the Park Street and Downtown Crossing stops.

An elegant living room with a grand fireplace and a table and two chairs in front of it, and there’s a chess board set up on the table. Photo via Gibson Sotheby’s

5 Grove Street, #8

It’s not all titanic tags in downtown Boston, though. This condo near the Charles/MGH stop is asking $725,000—relatively cheap fora condo in downtown Boston nowadays—and has a HOA of $235. The 655-square-foot spread has two bedrooms and one bathroom as well as central air and in-unit laundry. There’s also access to a roof deck.

1643 Cambridge Street, #41

This 705-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom is the first spread on the map not to come with central air. Still, it’s got quite the location, right near the Harvard Square stop. Garage parking is included in the $720,000 price. The HOA is $347.

18-20 Harrison Avenue, #1

Not even a half-mile from the Alewife terminus, this 1,008-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom includes one assigned parking spot and two porches. There’s in-unit laundry too. The asking is $609,000, and the HOA is $150.