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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 …

Perfectly placed, popularly priced penthouse unit at The Boylston

Built at the border between Back Bay bistros and boutiques and Fenway finesse and forte, The Boylston at 1091 Boylston Street can’t be beat for affordable central location where the action is.
Add to that the front-facing penthouse placement of the 557-square-foot, 1-bed Unit 59, and you have Boston’s best at your fingertips for a mere $330,000:
*sunny spaces with gleaming hardwood floors;
*high ceilings with fans;
*tiled bath with tub/shower;
*updated kitchen;
*generous closet storage;
*in-house laundry;
*Internet service included;
*a short walk to the Green Line subway, Newbury Street, Berklee Performance Center, Symphony Hall, Fenway fitness trails, …

Brighton unit offers affordable urban luxury

Too pricey? Think twicey.
This handsome neoclassical condominium at 114 Strathmore Road in Brighton may appear reserved for the uppercrust of New York’s Upper East Side, but its 663-square-foot Unit 406 goes to prove that you, too, can have a piece of the city at a price of the modest of means.
Offered at $249,900, this 1-bed, 1-bath corner penthouse unit offers the first-time homebuyer a better-than-average start in both home appointments and neighborhood amenities, being a stone’s throw away from Cleveland Circle’s conglomeration of shops, restaurants, cafes, parks and public transportation …

Affordable Cleveland Circle condo

If you think you need to fork up big bucks to live where the action is, just get a load of this affordable unit at one of Boston’s major forks in the road: Cleveland Circle.
For a mere $174,900, the 485-square-foot, 1-bed, 1-bath Unit 15 at 26 Chiswick Road in Brighton will put you near shops, restaurants, cafes, parks, public transportation and education aplenty, by virtue of its location at the convergence of three towns: Brighton, Brookline, Newton.

This doozy of a unit lives on its own merits as well. The hardwood-floored …

Tudor Manor: noble but affordable

You don’t have to be rich to live in a place as baronial-looking and sounding as Tudor Manor. For only $269,500, this 48-unit condominium’s 761-square-foot, 2-bed, 1-bath Unit 3 is a great way for a first-time homebuyer to live nobly in English Tudor style on Commonwealth Avenue.

Tudor Manor at 1722 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton, regally welcomes you home with a half-timbered, canopied porch. Unit 3 doesn’t skimp on the refinements, either. Gleaming hardwood floors define an open, bright living-dining room with many furniture arrangement possibilities and an open breakfast-bar connection to …

South End penthouse duplex has it all

If you’re a prospective homebuyer who wants to be where the action is but also wants your moments of peace and quiet, Hanson Street is the place to be — a cozy, tree-lined side street with little through traffic but very direct access to the South End‘s central cluster of culture, cafés and cuisine.
And the penthouse duplex Unit 3 at 30 Hanson St. is the place to be for the light-filled open floor plans many homebuyers are seeking nowadays. Offered at $749,000, this 1,148-square-foot, 2-bedroom, 1-bath also boasts a granite …

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