Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount. Is one woman’s studio another woman’s townhouse? Let’s find out! Today, the magic number is $3,500 a month in Cambridge.
Affordability is not Cambridge’s strong suit, but every now and then a listing lands that doesn’t seem so preposterously astronomical. The 828-square-foot Unit 3 at 46 Cottage Street in Cambridgeport is one such listing.
The 3,082-square-foot 147 Magazine Street features what the listing aptly describes as "dramatic bow-front and bay windows." There are also pocket doors galore, hardwood floors, and plenty of room—up to four bedrooms, in fact.
Local developer and architect David Aposhian used reclaimed lumber from Cambridge’s old Riverside Press building and an old mill in New Bedford, Mass., to construct his capacious shingle-style condo at 255 River Street.
The 903-square-foot Unit 6 at 18 Whitney Avenue in Cambridge's Cambridgeport is technically a 1-BR. But then add in the loft, the high ceilings, and the skylights. What'd you suppose something like that goes for?
Our special Renovation Week edition of PriceSpotter concludes with the results! Turns out a plurality guessed the correct asking for this 4-BR, 3-BA attached townhouse, with barbecue, in busy, busy Cambridge.
Our special Renovation Week edition of PriceSpotter zeroes in on a recently redone townhouse in the city's Cambridgeport neighborhood. There are four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a whole mess of sleekness.