A million dollars—what could you buy if you had it? With the rising trends in Boston properties, three different neighborhoods were evaluated to provide a comprehensive sampling of one’s buying power.
Starting in the North End, 234 Causeway Street, Unit 1203 is a spacious four-room condominium with over 1,300 square feet. Built in 2003, this near-new residence is located in the luxury loft building Strada 234 in historic Keany Square at the entrance to the Charlestown Bridge. This top floor, mid-rise penthouse pad faces to the northwest and includes two full baths, central cooling and forced hot air, underground garage parking, and is pet friendly. The price? $1,095,000, plus the condo fee of $1,316, which covers water/sewer/insurance and other amenities such as elevator service, landscaping/snow removal, the complex exercise room and valet parking.
Midtown has received much attention on our blog and for good reason– it’s one of Boston’s most revitalized and popular real estate districts. 45 Province Street, Unit 1401 definitely fits the bill. This six-room, high-rise condominium includes one bedroom and one and a half baths, encompassing a total of 994 square feet. Built in 2009, the entire complex encompasses 137 units and features a heated pool, fitness center and community roof deck. This unit is situated for prime viewing on the corner of the fourteenth floor and includes a balcony and one garage parking space. The complex is found in the heart of Downtown Crossing, less than a block from the Public Garden and the renowned Omni Parker House Hotel. This residence comes in at just under a million, priced at $975,000. Condo fees are $789 and cover all of the basics, as well as the exercise room, clubroom and valet parking.
The last listing is located in beautiful Beacon Hill. 19 Hancock Street, Unit 2 is an elegant five-room, two bedroom brownstone home built within a three unit, duplex-style building. While the building dates to the turn of the century, this residence was just fully renovated and is a short walk from the State House and the picturesque cobblestone streets that make this neighborhood unique. It features an attractive two-level floor plan with one and a half baths, living room, dining room and full kitchen, making up 1,114 square feet. Architectural details include high windows and ceilings, inviting, sky blue décor and three fireplaces. The price for this unit is $1,049,000 but the condo fee is low at $272, including water/sewer and master insurance.
For more information on these or other properties, please contact agent Chris Remmes at 617-398-0018 and RemmesRE.com.
Listings are provided courtesy of MLS. The listing agent for the North End and Midtown units is R. Wayne Lopez of RESIS. The listing agent for the Beacon Hill unit is Jeannemarie Conley of Otis & Ahearn, Back Bay/Downtown.