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Beacon Hill condo is close to home — and to everything else

If you’re looking to plant your roots in a neighborhood of prestige and convenience without having to pay full price, consider Unit 603 at The Lincolnshire, a 46-unit New York-style condominium at 15 River St. on the flat of Beacon Hill.
For a mere $495,000, this 505-square-foot, 1-bed unit offers not only all the comforts of home, but also all the convenience of complete shopping, dining and coffeehouse meeting along Charles and Cambridge streets; access to two major parks, subway lines and hospitals; and a short walk to the rest of …

Affordable luxury in Allston condo

Park Vale Avenue is Allston’s closest equivalent to Park Avenue — not just in name, but also in neighborhood quality, urban planning and unit design — but certainly not in price.
A prime example is Unit 4 at 39 Park Vale Ave., a.k.a. Park Place, which offers the value of the Monopoly property of that name without bankrupting you. For only $339,000, this 1,190-square-foot, 2-bedroom-plus-office unit boasts a floor-through layout with high ceilings, hardwood floors, large windows, updated kitchen and baths, and a private deck, all contained in a canopied building …

Centrally located Fenway condo

First-time homebuyers: If you’re looking to plant your roots in a blossoming neighborhood with everything under the sun — hospitals, museums, parks, schools, shops, sports, trains — look no further than 108 Peterborough St. in the heart of the Fenway, where a 603-square-foot, 1-bed unit awaits your attention and approval for $315,000.

Unit D6‘s living-dining room has an open floor plan — on a sustainable bamboo floor, which does hardwood’s duty while saving trees — and generous wall area for creative space arrangement and ample area for sizable living- and dining-room …

A ship-shape condo at Charlestown Navy Yard

An 1899 shipbuilding facility at 42 8th St. in the historic Charlestown Navy Yard was handsomely renovated into 367 residential units in 1981 by Anderson Notter Finegold, Inc., who rechristened it Parris Landing. Master designer Philippe Starck added the finishing touches in 2006.

Now you can benefit from this architectural masterwork at a reasonable price in the condominium’s Unit 5213, offered at $475,000. Strategically located in Building 5, the 932-square-foot, 2-bed, 2-bath unit has southwestern exposure and an enviable view of the grassy courtyard.

The carpeted living-dining room takes advantage of the …

A garrison of grand living and great location at a reasonable price

Think you need a million dollars to live here? Think again.
A mere $324,900 can be your foot in the door of historic Garrison Hall at 8 Garrison St. At that price you get not only a 540-square-foot, 1-bed unit with fine period details and finishes, but also a supreme location central to the best of Boston in every direction.

Built in 1910 at the peak of Boston’s great apartment hotel era, Garrison Hall makes you feel first-class when you come home to its grand lobby with marble columns, volute capitals, modillion …

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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