Curbed Comparisons is our map of similarly priced homes around the region. This go-round it's 10 condos asking $359,000—interestingly enough, one of the most active price-points in the region right now sales-wise (in fact, some of these have found buyers, though no deals have closed). The 10 include a 1-BR in Brighton and a 3-BR in Dorchester and a goddamn ocean-view spread in Quincy. Get.Read More
What $359,000 Buys You Around Greater Boston
Glass Factory, #303
The HOA is $360 (a little steep, no?) but the 1-BR, 1-BA, 609-square-foot condo is in a full-service building.
61 Neponset Avenue, #3
This 2-BR, 2-BA, 1,076-square-foot condo includes a private roof deck. HOA is $150.
231 West 5th Street, #2
HOA is TBD. Meanwhile, the 2-BR, 1-BA, 881-square-foot spread is part of a recent condo conversion.
16 Foster Street, #2
A recently renovated 1-BR, 1-BA, it's a snug 432 square feet. HOA is $171.
91 Belgrade Avenue, #2
This 3-BR, 1-BA unit was renovated in 2007, and has been renting for $2K a month. It's 1,106 square feet and has an HOA of $225.
118 Saxton Street, #1
A 3-BR, 2-BA spread over 1,250 interior square feet, this condo also includes a rear deck. HOA N/A.
115 Highland Avenue, #15
A 2-BR, 1-BA over 900 square feet even, this condo is on the second floor and has a whopping HOA of $378.
339-341 Hurley Street, #6
This 1-BR, 1-BA, 630-square-foot condo has an HOA of $132.
Mystic Green, #41
This 1-BR, 1-BA spreads over 812 square feet and comes with a Jacuzzi tub. HOA N/A.
2001 Marina Drive, #417
Ocean vus! This is a 1-BR, 1.5-BA unfolding over 922 square feet and with an HOA of $440 (boatslips available, too).