What $350,000 will buy you right now all over Greater Boston

37 Oxford Rd. in Natick is listed for $349,900.
37 Oxford Road in Natick is listed for $349,900. via MLS

If your home-buying budget is in the $350,000 range, you might have to spend some time searching before you find your perfect match — but don’t give up hope.

From a condo in Waltham to a single-family in Natick, homes in this price range come in all shapes and sizes.

Here are five properties in the $350,000 range in Greater Boston, listed from highest price per square foot to lowest.

16 Winter St., No. 17C, Waltham
2 bedrooms, 2 baths
1,078 square feet
$333.95 per square foot

. —via MLS
. —via MLS

This first-floor corner unit in Waltham’s Totten Pond Village has an updated kitchen with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. The hardwood floors, along with the ceramic-tile baths, are also new. The community has professional management.

114 Union St., Marshfield
2 bedrooms, 2 baths
1,187 square feet
$294.86 per square foot

. —via MLS
. —via MLS

Set on a 0.87-acre lot, this one-floor Cape boasts an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, a loft, and a two-story fireplace. The property also has a detached two-car garage with an artist loft, as well as a garden and raised vegetable beds.

33 Bellevue St., Dorchester
3 bedrooms, 1 bath
1,275 square feet
$281.57 per square foot

. —via MLS
. —via MLS

The fully renovated kitchen in this condo includes stainless-steel appliances, custom cabinets, granite countertops, and plenty of room to cook. The home also features high ceilings, crown molding, and plantation shutters.

37 Oxford Road, Natick
3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths
1,244 square feet
$281.27 per square foot

. —via MLS
. —via MLS

This bungalow-style home is set on a 0.17-acre lot and could use updating. Pluses: The home has hardwood floors, an enclosed front porch, a walkout basement, and a one-car garage.

27 Fayette St., No. 305, Beverly
2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
1,462 square feet
$245.55 per square foot

. —via MLS
. —via MLS

This open-concept unit gives off industrial vibes with its exposed-brick walls, wood beams, and large windows. The condo, which also features hardwood floors and stainless-steel appliances, is a short walk to the commuter rail.

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