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How much a month for a Jamaica Plain apartment with its own porch?

June 11th, 2018 | Curbed Boston

Renovated bathroom a part of the package too What/where: A two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment at Grovenor Road and Centre Street in Jamaica Plain Square footage: 1,000 The skinny: This top-floor unit comes with its own back porch; one off-street parking space; and the bathroom was renovated recently. No pets allowed, though, and laundry is in the […]

Homes in 9 Boston neighborhoods now averaging $1,000-plus a square foot

June 11th, 2018 | Curbed Boston

City’s asking tags range widely at the start of June Home prices in nine Boston neighborhoods are asking an average of at least $1,000 a square foot as June gets underway, according to an analysis of market-rate listings from real estate research site NeighborhoodX. Those nine are: The Seaport District, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Bay […]

Weekend open house tour: 8 Watertown single-families asking under $1M

June 8th, 2018 | Curbed Boston

There is a lot of variety in the town’s housing stock This weekend’s tour takes us west of Boston to Watertown. Homes in this town of about 35,000 run the whole range of styles, including Victorians, capes, colonials, and ranches. And, what’s more, the selections on our tour are all asking under a million dollars. […]

Jamaica Plain Victorian with finished carriage house drops for $2.35M

June 8th, 2018 | Curbed Boston

House dates from 1875, and includes original widow’s walk The site of the circa-1875 Victorian at 5 Brewer Street in Jamaica Plain includes a finished carriage house that the Keller Williams listing says can be used to generate income. The house itself has the potential for five bedrooms and also comes with three and a […]

Big reveal: A South End one-bedroom with its own patio

June 8th, 2018 | Curbed Boston

Most readers missed this one Address: 46 Dwight Street, #1 Price: $695,000 The results: Only 23 percent of Curbed Boston readers guessed the correct asking for this one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo with its own patio and lots of natural light. The biggest vote-getter re: the price for the 755-square-foot spread in the South End’s historic Eight […]

How would you improve your Boston-area neighborhood?

June 8th, 2018 | Curbed Boston

Sound off The Boston Planning & Development Agency intends toward the end of 2018 to start working on plans to improve various neighborhoods around the city. For instance, the agency will focus on boosting transit in Allston and Brighton, and reducing displacement of current residents in Mattapan and East Boston. Meanwhile, the city is already […]

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