When you think of the South End, pricey townhouses and new developments probably come to mind. Even with tags such as $2.75M and $2.5M, these homes get snatched up fast as do ones on the lower side of the luxury end. So you can be forgiven for overlooking (relatively) more affordable options in the South End. Yet here are several options listed in just the past week and with similar amenities such as rooftop access, private gardens and garage parking.
· South End's 32 Rutland Square Notches Another Major Sale [Curbed Boston]
· South End's 145 Appleton Street Sells After Two Months [Curbed Boston]
· South End's Jordan Lofts Drop: $1.45M Is on the Cheap Side [Curbed Boston]
· Our Curbed Maps archive [Curbed Boston]