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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 — …

New construction Dorchester condo offers incredible value

Built in 2010 in a subdued style that reflects contemporary tastes but respects Dorchester’s three-decker tradition, the 6-unit condominium at 37 Coffey St. in the Neponset area offers the buyer of Unit 2 incredible value for $339,000:
*1,400 square feet of living space with open floor plan, 2 extra-large bedrooms and 2 stylish baths;
*private rear decks;
*in-unit laundry hookups;
*generous closet storage;
*700-square-foot basement; and
*one deeded on-site parking space.

The oak-floored open plan encompasses the living, dining and kitchen areas all in one, all lighted by recessed ceiling lights and muted by a somber off-brown …

Great value unit is your gateway to the Back Bay

For below its assessed value, the 1,562-square-foot Unit 3 at 4 Charlesgate East offers excellent value for your dollar:
*one-level living
*unusually abundant afternoon sun for a garden-level unit
*an open floor plan living-dining room
*a renovated kitchen with pantry
*two enormous bedrooms with custom closets
*a spacious bonus room (den/office/study)
*two updated full baths
*two rental parking spaces ($175/month each)
*in-unit laundry
*first-class hardwood flooring
*additional storage
*elevator service
*common courtyard
*common roofdeck

How’s that for $699,000?

Add to that the 1910 Beaux Arts building’s masterfully crafted mosaic tile entry, and you enter feeling like a king without having to pay a king’s ransom for …

North End loft living at its lightest and most luxurious

Built in 1891 as the Waitt & Bond Cigar Factory and later home to the Castignetti Bros. men’s clothing store, 26 Stillman St. in Boston’s North End now puts its vast, well-lit manufacturing and warehouse spaces to a fine new use as 28 loft condominiums with the open floor plans and oversized windows today’s homebuyer demands for optimum freedom in living space arrangement and city view enjoyment.
No exception is Unit 3-2, a 1,336-square-foot, 2-bed, 2-bath corner loft offered at $859,000, where 10-foot-high wood-beamed ceilings, exposed brick walls, a maple-floored open …

Affordable unit gets your foot in the door on Beacon Hill

First-time homebuyers: is Beacon Hill beyond your modest means as well as your wildest dreams? Well, come and get your foot in the door in Boston’s most desirable neighborhood at 27 Anderson St.’s Unit 2, a choice corner unit at a price further beyond your wildest dreams: $439,000.

This 608-square-foot, 2-bed, 1-bath unit has even more dream-home features:

an open plan of honey-gold hardwood flooring that gives the living, dining and kitchen areas a sense of warm connectedness with one another and the rest of the unit;
two large bedrooms sharing an updated …

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 …

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