It’s crazy how our minds adjust to real estate pricing in the neighborhood. Back in the 80’s anything in the $90,000 range was pricey. In the 90’s $225K was the norm. A few years back $500,000. Now $900K is what it will cost for a roughly 960-1800 square feet of living.
According to Curbed Boston, here’s what $900,000 will buy you in the city of Boston. After closing costs, realtor fees, you could be talking close to $1M dollars.
A 960 square-foot one bedroom/one bath unit at PORT45 – at 45 West Third Street is on the market for $899K. The under-construction full-service building hopes to completed in early spring. $516.22 is the condo fee.
At 125 B Street – Unit 45, this 1134 square foot two-bedroom/two-bath unit will run you $899,000 with a $405.50 monthly condo fee.
The Lofts at Lower Mills at 1243 Adams Street is asking $899,000. It’s a 1778 square-foot duplex with two bathrooms. The condo fee is $940 per month.
Also included in the article by Curbed, is 2100 square foot Victorian home in JP and 1200 square foot two-bedroom in the South End.
What do you think?