Curbed Comparisons is our map of similarly priced homes around the region. This go-round it's 10 abodes asking $699,000 on the dot. These include waterfront condos in Charlestown and the North End as well as leafy single-families in Newton and Cambridge.Read More
What $699K Buys You Around Greater Boston
Colonel Knox Condominiums, #302
This is a new-construction 2-BR, 2-BA spread over 1,192 square feet and with a fee of $200.
407 Marlborough Street, #5B
This 2-BR, 1-BA, 970-square-foot condo comes with access to common laundry and roof deck as well as a fee of $470 for the pleasure.
234 Causeway Street, #814
This 1-BR, 1-BA is in a full-service building; and has central A/C as well as 1,121 square feet. The fee, however, is a hefty $810.
Flagship Wharf, #312
A 1-BR, 1.5-BA that's just shy of 1,000 square feet, this corner condo is in a full-service building and comes with a $662 fee
1 Rice Circle
This is an adorable 3-BR, 2-BA, 1,652-square-foot single-family with a fresh exterior paint job.
298 Harvard Street, #6
A lofty 1-BR, 2.5-BA condo spread over 1,188 square feet, it's a duplex as well and has a very precise $285.65 fee.
30 Walnut Place
This 3-BR, 2-BA, 1,512-square-foot single-family includes a sunroom and touts its proximity to the Green Line.
56 Thurston Road, #56
This 4-BR, 3.5-BA, 2,230-square-foot condo is done townhouse style and comes with central air.
73-75 Oak Avenue, #75
Another townhouse-style condo, it's got three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, two partial bathrooms and central air.
47 Spruce Street
This 3-BR, 2.5-BA, 2,325-square-foot single-family is so new to the market there's not even any listing photos. Just know that it's been renovated and includes a new roof.