Not too many Curbed Boston readers guessed correctly here—did you?
The spread includes a washer-dryer and private outdoor space. Take a look and then take your best guess re: the monthly cost.
The house in a prime spot in Eagle Hill has not traded in nearly 30 years, and was on the market only twice during that time.
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The city has plenty of incredible buildings with beautiful interiors and done in celebrated styles. Then there are those buildings that don’t quite get their proper due.
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It looks like the sum commands at least two bedrooms in nice spreads in neighborhoods such as Allston, Dorchester, and Mission Hill.
The condo hits a kind of modern Boston trifecta in being effectively new, near the T, and in a range that many first-time homebuyers can afford.
Other big development news of the week includes Boston’s hotel-building boom, a new office building in Kendall Square, and a prime parcel up for grabs in the South End.
Certain neighborhoods in the city—including the Leather District and the southern slice of Dorchester—lend themselves to the cavernous housing type.
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The one-bedroom spread asking under $400,000 is near both the Airport and the Maverick stops.
These spreads from the northern reaches of Revere to the edge of downtown Boston range in price from well under $500,000 to well over $2 million.
The sum can command a house in neighborhoods such as Roslindale and Dorchester and sleeker condos in South Boston and East Boston.
The sum definitely gets you on the property ladder in the city, with nice spreads readily available in neighborhoods such as Hyde Park, Dorchester, and East Boston.
The sum can command modern appliances and stylish finishes in neighborhoods such as Back Bay, Mission Hill, East Boston, and Bay Village.
The sum can command a wide variety of properties in neighborhoods such as Dorchester, East Boston, and Jamaica Plain, though most won’t be all that big.
Allston, Roxbury, Fort Point, and a handful of other enclaves are especially set to change—and to continue to change—in 2020.
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Allston, Roxbury, the Seaport, Union Square, East Boston, the West End, and more—region-defining change was a constant in these enclaves during the 2010s.
Acorn Street, TD Garden, Fenway Park, the Commonwealth Avenue Mall, Butterfly Hollow at the Franklin Park Zoo—these and more are the perfect spots for popping the big question.
The Jeffries Point spread was done in a contemporary design—with soundproofing—and includes one parking space.
Uber, bike-shares, extended Green and Silver lines, a bigger Logan, and more—transit sure has changed since 2010.
The newly built condo in the game-change-y neighborhood comes with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two decks.
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The selection includes soaring spires such as One Dalton and Millennium Tower, but also humbler structures such as the Government Center T station and Eastie’s library branch.
East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, and elsewhere—these two-bedrooms can be found throughout the city.
There are too many cars anyway at New England’s busiest transportation hub.
These newer listings are in the South End, Brighton, East Boston, and elsewhere.
The Jeffries Point spread runs to just 509 square feet, but it does include a private deck. And the price might be right.
Other big development news of the week includes Hub on Causeway’s official opening and a milestone for the South End’s Quinn condo project.