Very few Curbed Boston readers nailed this one—did you?
Uncover what the sum commands in East Boston, the South End, Jamaica Plain, and elsewhere.
There’s no broker fee either, and the place comes with access to a fitness center and a roof deck.
The condo in one of Boston’s mighty triple-deckers has its own direct front door and garage parking.
Find out what the monthly sum can command in Back Bay, Roslindale, Jamaica Plain, and elsewhere.
The eight-room house older than America itself has of course been significantly updated. But note the ceilings in the kitchen and the staircase up front.
Discover what the sum commands in Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, Charlestown, and elsewhere.
These selections in Back Bay, Dorchester, the South End, and Jamaica Plain are adhering to the coronavirus-combating move away from live open houses.
These accounts are for prospective homebuyers in the Boston region to check for trends, analysis, and data.
Its bones date from the 1830s, but the spread has been thoroughly updated and expanded. It also comes with a big lawn by Boston standards.
Exchange South End, Winthrop Center, Allston Yards, Suffolk Downs—these and so many others are worth keeping tabs on during the year.
Discover what the sum commands in neighborhoods such as Jamaica Plain, the North End, and South Boston.
Certain neighborhoods in the city—including West Roxbury and Roslindale—lend themselves to the bucolic expanses.
Some of these ambles are more leisurely than others, and some will require a serious time commitment. All are worth it.
The recently opened VITA complex is higher-end for the neighborhood, and buyers have spoken for nearly 90 percent of its 82 units.
Unsheathe your creativity with visits to the Public Garden, Franklin Park, the Rose Kennedy Greenway, and elsewhere.
The house with three bedrooms includes a three-season porch and a sizable yard.
Discover how far the sum goes in Roxbury, Back Bay, Jamaica Plain, and elsewhere.
The Moss Hill spread dates from 1935, and includes four bedrooms and—for Boston—a sizable backyard.
Discover what the sum commands in neighborhoods such as Allston, Jamaica Plain, Beacon Hill, and West Roxbury.
The spread in the Roxbury-Jamaica Plain borderlands also has a garage and a finished basement.
A lot of Curbed Boston readers nailed this one—did you?
The recently renovated spread near the Forest Hills Orange Line stop includes two bedrooms and outdoor space as well.
The rent’s not going up for a while and there’s outdoor space. Take a look and then take your best guess.
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.
It looks like the sum—or close to it—goes quite a long way in one of Boston’s most verdant neighborhoods.
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 house dating from 1900 also emphasizes touches such as stained glass.
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It looks like the price commands at least two bedrooms throughout the city—and maybe parking too.
The Jamaica Plain project is due to include 140 studios for formerly homeless people. It needs financing, though, before it can start construction.
The house with bones dating from 1880 includes 10 rooms total and a sizable backyard.
Bravo! A lot of Curbed Boston readers guessed the correct asking price for this 1,200-square-footer with a fenced-in yard.
The airy spread includes two bedrooms as well. Take a look around then take your best guess re: the price.
The 120-year-old house comes with a fenced-in yard and a garage too.
These newer listings include a house in West Roxbury as well as condos in JP, Back Bay, and Southie. Which one would you buy?
The five-bedroom house dates from 1895, and includes original woodwork and ceiling medallions. There’s a hot tub out back.
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These spooky spots include the Cutler Majestic, Park Street Station, and Boston Common.