Curbed Comparisons is our map of similarly priced apartments and houses around the region. This go-round it's 10 homes available for $499,000 even. These range from a 4-BR duplex in Watertown to a 3-BR duplex in Somerville (with five parking spaces!) to a 1-BR duplex in the North End.Read More
What $499,000 Buys You Around Greater Boston
44 Mill Street, #1
This 3-BR, 2-BA condo unfolds over 2,388 square feet and has 10-foot ceilings. HOA fee of $260.
135-137 Salem Street, #7
This snug 682-square-foot 2-BR, 1-BA just hit the market; and includes a private roof deck as well as in-unit W/D. HOA fee of $244.
65 Broad Street, #4
Another recently listed number, this 1-BR, 1-BA has direct elevator access and an HOA fee of $400 even.
18 Garden Street, #B
This 665-square-foot 1-BR, 1-BA includes a private patio and the specifically low HOA fee of $159.58.
323 Boylston Street, #102
This a rather large 1-BR, 1-BA (1,099 square feet) with in-unit W/D and an HOA fee of $448.
47 Cogswell Avenue, #24
A 2-BR, 1-BA over 1,260 square feet, there's also a fenced-in yard and garaged parking. No fee, y'all.
28 Cedar Street, #2
This 3-BR, 1.5-BA, 1,154-square-foot duplex includes an astounding five parking spaces as well as a private deck and a yard with apple and cherry tress. HOA fee of $210.
65 Chelsea Street, #303
This 1-BR, 1-BA spreads over 693 square feet and includes in-unit W/D and an HOA fee of $428.
119 Marlborough Street, #9
This 1-BR, 1-BA is an even 600 square feet with common laundry in the basement and a $426 HOA fee.
176 North Beacon Street, #176
This 4-BR, 3-BA, 2,120-square-foot duplex comes with two off-street parking spaces. HOA fee of $200 even.