It might be a challenge to find a home for $350,000 right in Boston proper, but if you keep an open mind and are willing not to be right downtown, there are options.
Here are five homes for sale, ranked from highest price per square foot to lowest, that you can buy for roughly $350,000 in Greater Boston:
497 Sumner St., No. 1, East Boston
1 bedroom, 1 bath
634 square feet
$559.94 per square foot
The kitchen of this Jeffries Point condo has been updated with stainless-steel appliances and white cabinets. There are hardwood floors throughout the unit, a study, a renovated bathroom, and a rear deck.
15 Cottage Court, Unit 2, Newton
2 bedrooms, 1 bath
735 square feet
$476.05 per square foot
This town house on a dead-end street has an eat-in kitchen. Both bedrooms are on the home’s second floor. Other amenities include off-street parking, a common backyard, hardwood floors, and storage in the basement, along with a washer/dryer. The home is on 0.14 acre.
131 McKay St., Apt. 132, Beverly
1 bedroom, 1 bath
833 square feet
$420.05 per square foot
This town house offers polished-concrete floors, a nook for an office or reading, and a kitchen with quartz countertops, designer lights, and a breakfast bar. Common development amenities include a community garden and a gym.
14 Bayview St., Weymouth
3 bedrooms, 1 bath
1,428 square feet
$243.35 per square foot
This Cape not far from the ocean has granite countertops and exposed brick in the eat-in, tiled kitchen. There is also a dining room and a partially finished basement. The home, which has central air, is on a 0.10-acre lot.
110 Village St., Medway
3 bedrooms, 2 baths
1,674 square feet
$209.02 per square feet
This single-family was built in 1880, but has been restored, offering new paint and newly refinished hardwood floors. The home, which is on a 0.14-acre lot, has an enclosed porch that overlooks gardens.
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