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Mansion-like Living in Roxbury

Is the mansion of your dreams out of your reach, budget-wise? Well, come on down to one of Boston’s most up-and-coming neighborhoods, Roxbury, and see how you can live in a mansion for the price of a condo.

An actual condo, Unit 1 at 76 Perrin St. offers you 1,498 square feet of hardwood-floored living space — including 11-foot ceilings, well-preserved Victorian details, three oversized bedrooms, hardwood floors, a cherry/granite kitchen, central air conditioning, off-street parking, a picturesque private common patio, generous basement storage, and an ideal corner lot location — …

Pleasant unit in peaceful neighborhood

Built in 1989 in the gambrel colonial style for which Charlestown is historically known, 7 Pleasant St. contains a 1,207-square-foot, 2-bed, 1.5-bath duplex unit that takes you back to colonial times with its architectural details, hardwood floors, private garden, historic neighborhood, and overall sense of the whole-house independence of Boston’s founding days.

That sense of independence is evident in Unit 7‘s first-floor living room. You have direct, sunny views of Pleasant Street through new thermal windows with old-fashioned plantation shutters, and your own woodburning brick fireplace, surrounded by a wood mantel …

A first-floor unit for the first-time homebuyer

Rarely does a first-time homebuyer get in on the first floor at an affordable price, especially in a haven of pricey prime real estate like Beacon Hill.
But you’ll be able to plant your Beacon Hill roots on the ground floor at 21 Bowdoin St., where you’re a doorstep away from Unit 1A.
For a mere $415,000, this 506-square-foot, 1-bed, 1-bath unit has all the “must-haves” of a Hill home: sunny hardwood-floored rooms, updated kitchen and bath, deeded storage and parking, central location, and — best of all — residency in one …

Penthouse of plenty in Boston’s North End

After 40 years of service to Boston’s North End as a public school, followed by service to the U.S. Army as housing for troops and prisoners of war during World War II and 45 years as a Catholic central high school, the old Christopher Columbus High School at 20 Tileston St. was renovated into 34 luxury condominiums in the mid-1990s by ACS Development Corp., Grazado/Velleco Architects and Martini Construction.
Unit PH4, a 1,440-square-foot, 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath duplex penthouse offered at $1,295,000, offers a light-filled loft lifestyle in sharp contrast to the Georgian …

Duplex unit doubles your value on Beacon Hill

A penthouse duplex on Beacon Hill — what more could you ask for in a home for that townhouse- style luxury, that family expansion space, that sense of independence combined with professional association management, and especially that private roof terrace with those views of the sparkling waters of the Charles River and the sparkling city lights of Boston’s skyline we all crave in a condo?
Well, ask no longer, for your wish is your command in the combined units 4 & 5 at 29 Brimmer St. Offered at $1,495,000, this 2,256-square-foot, …

North End Home Blends History and Hip

5 Tileston Place, North End
A 2000 renovation of one of the North End’s few remaining 18th-century clapboard wood-frame houses, 5 Tileston Place is not only hip with history, but also mod with modern. Offered at $1,295,000, this 1,940-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath townhouse condo shows how cool colonial can still be.
Just look at what this old house has to offer: a private electric gate entrance, spacious and detailed rooms, eat-in kitchen, four working fireplaces — they sure needed them in those cold colonial times when no one had thought …

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