Curbed Comparisons is our recurring map of similar Hub homes. This go-round it's 10 homes asking $439,000 on the dot. Which, coincidentally, is around the current median sales price for homes in Boston proper, according to our pals at Zillow ($432,800, to be exact). These include houses in Roslindale and Milton as well as condos in Southie and JP.Read More
What $439,000 Buys You Around Greater Boston
20 Tucker Street
This recently listed 1,832-square-foot single-family has four bedrooms and two full bathrooms as well as all-new door handles throughout.
60 Glen Road, #201
The price on this 1-BR, 1-BA, 809-square-foot condo was recently reduced. The fee is $498.
216 Saint Paul Street, #604
This 1-BR, 1-BA, 813-square-foot condo just hit the market and comes with a garaged parking space. The fee is $449.
124 D Street, #2
This is a bi-level condo totaling two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 955 square feet. The fee is $150, and there's the potential to rent one level out.
40 Baxter Street, #1
The price was recently reduced on this 2-BR, 2-BA, 960-square-foot condo with a fee of $135.
5a Mt. Vernon Street, #2
The price was recently reduced on this 2-BR, 1.5-BA condo spread over 1,437 square feet. The fee is $250.
52 O Street, #2
This 2-BR, 1-BA, 910-square-foot condo has a fee of $125.
29 Delano Park
This is a 3-BR, 1.5-BA single-family spread over 1,387 feet and includes a sunroom.
19 Galty Avenue
This 3-BR, 2-BA, 1,804-square-foot single-family is in walking distance to the Red Line.
5 Halifax Street, #2
This 3-BR, 1-BA, 1,483-square-foot condo was just listed. The fee is $200.