Curbed Comparisons is our map of similarly priced homes across the region. This go-round it's 10 houses and condos asking $299,000 on the dot. These range from a self-described New York-style loft in Roxbury to an ocean-facing condo in Revere to a shack (or pretty damn near close) in Quincy.Read More
What $299,000 Buys You Around the Hub
Surfside Lofts, #214
This 1-BR, 1-BA corner condo has a private balcony with ocean views and 1,160 square feet (as well as a fee of $238).
2001 Marina Drive, #513W
This 1-BR, 1-BA, 760-square-foot condo has ocean views and a fee of $361. The building provides a free shuttle to the T.
888 Sea Street
This single-family house with three bedrooms as well as a two and a half bathrooms spreads over 1,113 square feet and includes a recently updated kitchen.
43 Island Avenue
An "interesting, older home," according to the listing that clearly needs some TLC, it's being touted as an investment opportunity. Nearly 2,000 square feet with two bathrooms.
92-94 Walnut Street, #4
This 2-BR, 1-BA, 812-square-foot condo includes deeded parking and a fee of $159.
242 Beacon Street, #2
This 1-BR, 1-BA, 535-square-foot to condo in an old mansion was just listed and includes a fee of $189.
10 Williams Street, #42
"NEW YORK STYLE LOFT!," screams the listing. This 1-BR, 1-BA, 757-square-foot spread includes a fee of $288.
91 Aldrich Street, #1
The price on this 2-BR, 1-BA condo spread over 980 square feet was just reduced. It includes two private decks and a condo fee of just $125.
28 Longfellow Street
The price on this 3-BR, 1.5-BA house was just reduced.
4 Westminster Avenue
Two-hundred-ninety-nine-K gets you the chance to fix up this 3,814-square-foot house with six bedrooms and two baths.