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Hyde Park single-family for the price of a condo — and less

If high housing prices are hindering your hopes for settling in a single-family, dig this deal: a 768-square-foot, 2-bedroom cottage on an 8,000-square-foot lot at a price most condos can’t beat: $245,900 — with a front porch, a rear patio, a garden shed, and a picket fence to boot!
Yes, 45 Faraday St. in Hyde Park is every first-time homebuyer’s dream for independent living in a happy home with more expansion potential than you’ve ever dreamed possible at this price.

The new front porch is an old-fashioned delight — the sort of …

Mansionlike unit on Brighton-Brookline town line

When was the last time a condo felt like a house? Well, one of your last chances at a condo that really feels like home — and where Brighton feels like Brookline — awaits your luck of the draw now at 42 Englewood Road near the Brighton-Brookline town line. For a mere $459,000, its 1,615-square-foot, 2-bed, first-floor Unit 1-A has the floor area, finishes, fixtures and feel — and front porch — of the million-dollar mansion the 4-unit condominium appears to be from the street.

You’ll therefore live, dine and entertain …

Reasonably priced penthouse unit in South Boston

If “penthouse” means “pricey” to you, forget about that Park Avenue image with which the word is inevitably associated, and come on down to 59 W. 7th St. in South Boston.
In this carefully renovated 1898 three-unit building, the 941-square-foot penthouse unit with fireplace, architectural details, updated kitchen and bath and two queen-size bedrooms will fulfill a first-time homebuyer’s dream — make that “castle in the air” — for only $239,900.
Not only that, but Unit 3 can be purchased with over $45K instant equity and a potential 5% down payment through …

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