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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 …

Four-bedroom single-family a find in Allston

Your hopes and dreams of planting your roots in a pleasant neighborhood at an affordable price will be fulfilled when you move into 39 Hopedale St. in Allston. For a mere $409,900, this 1,520-square-foot, 4-bedroom single-family Victorian has it all — bright living spaces, hardwood floors, period details (including gingerbread exterior trim), private deck, fenced-in yard with patio, updated kitchen and utilities, new roof and gutters, thermal replacement windows, three-car off-street parking, and, above all, convenience to everything imaginable.

The friendly foyer is graced with a period staircase, intact with twisted …

West Roxbury colonial has more class for less cash

Hollywood it’s not, but glamor it’s got, for far less than half the cost of a Bel-Air mansion: $439,000. For that price, 27 Hollywood Road in West Roxbury offers many mansion amenities.
This attractive 1,688-square-foot, 3-bed colonial boasts formal living and dining rooms with hardwood floors, updated kitchen and bath, a home office with half bath, a third-level bonus room, elegant but useful built-ins old and new, updated systems, new windows and roof, and a pleasant tree-lined street accessible to ample urban accessories.

The front-hall stair and Gothic archway are elegant lead-ins …

Brighton condo has open plan, spatial flow, homelike feel

What does the word “condo” bring to mind? Box? Crawlspace? Shed? Walk-in closet?
For a good taste of how roomy and homey a condo can be, check out Unit 2 at 62 Murdock St. in Brighton. For a mere $384,900, this 1,000-square-foot, 2-bed, 2-bath second-floor unit offers single-family feeling unprecedented, with one of the widest, most far-reaching open floor plans you’ll ever see in a condo or a single-family.

Just look at how far and wide the hardwood floor of the open, loft-like living room reaches, creating spatial continuity with the dining …

Yesterday’s charms, today’s amenities in Roslindale home

Rarely do historical details, high-end amenities, light-filled spaces, outdoor acreage, off-street parking and neighborhood beauty merge as immaculately as in 42 Hemman St. in Roslindale. For only $324,900, this 1,149-square-foot, 3-bed, 1.5-bath single-family offers the comforts of home at a condo’s price.

The living room lets in the light from many directions and pristinely preserves its original 1925 woodwork for many generations.

Wainscoting, crown moldings, window casings, hardwood flooring, and the stair’s newel post all add up to one warm, elegant formal dining room.

The kitchen’s new black granite counter, white appliances and …

Back Bay corner unit at corner of culture, commerce, convenience

For a mere $409,000, the 731-square-foot, 1-bed, 1-bath corner unit 5-1 at 31 Massachusetts Ave. puts you in an important corner of culture, commerce and convenience in Boston’s Back Bay.
You have shopping, dining and entertainment down the street; Cambridge, MIT and Harvard across the river; and the light-filled luxury living of pricier properties up in your unit.

 
 
 
 
The comfort is readily apparent as you step into the entry foyer, which is so spacious it can double as a home office, brightened by the large window the unit’s corner location allows. …

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