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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 — …

Who Says You Have to Leave the City?

If a growing family means you need the space of a single family home but are having trouble parting with the excitement of city living look no further! You will love this sprawling 4 bedroom, 3 and-a-half bathroom triplex on Columbus Ave in the South End.
At approximately 2,850 square feet this condo offers you more than enough room to house a burgeoning family. The property has undergone a high end renovation that caters to the indulgences you deserve. A spacious, open living/dining area for entertaining, a separate media room (for …

Charlestown bowfront penthouse a Boston Brahmin bonanza

Is Beacon Hill beyond your budget?
Would the Back Bay break your bank account?
Would the South End soak your savings?
Is a bowfront penthouse in a historic neighborhood still your dreamboat?
Don’t give up the ship just yet.
Just check out the 880-square-foot, 2-bedroom Unit 3 at 88 Russell St. in Charlestown, where a mere $379,000 will treat you to many of the luxuries found in all of the above: oversized windows, gleaming hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, a woodburning fireplace, an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a private deck with breathtaking city …

Garden-level South End studio spacious, gracious

Modeled on pre-Victorian London residential streets and Beacon Hill’s 1830s Louisburg Square, the South End’s brick bowfront Victorian rowhouses were more ahead of their time than either of their historical models, especially in the basement department. Their high foundations made basements into full levels of living for the first time, which made them ripe for modern studio conversion in later centuries.

A prime example is Unit 1 at 2 Claremont Park. For a mere $389,000, this 836-square-foot, 1-bedroom studi0-style unit offers a flexible floor plan for today’s lifestyle with enough historical …

Height, high-end, history, home combine in Charlestown penthouse

For a mere $319,000, the newly renovated Unit 3A at 36 Washington St. in Charlestown welcomes you to your own 4-H club:

Height, for its corner penthouse location that gives you great light and views, and its exclusive roof rights for a city-view deck;

High-end, for the fine finishes and fixtures that make up the renovation, including hardwood floors, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, slate tile bath floor, and Kohler water-jet tub and rain showerhead;

History, for the historic Gaslight District that makes up your neighborhood, as well as the revolutionary history that …

Details distinguish Dorchester unit

The proliferation of the freestanding three-decker in turn-of-the-20th-century Dorchester enabled more people of modest means to dwell in the details, bay windows, hardwood floors, high ceilings and rear decks of wealthier Boston neighborhoods — but with the added privilege of side-wall windows, hence lighter, loftier living spaces than the South Enders, Beacon Hillbillies and Back Bay Brahmins were entitled to in their blocks of bunched-together rowhouses.
The 1,170-square-foot, 2-bedroom penthouse Unit 3 at 37 Moseley St. in Savin Hill entitles you to the Dorchester Dream for only $239,000, plus the perks …

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