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Beacon Hill Condos: Under $500,000

Real estate in the Beacon Hill: Condos Under $500,000

  1. Photo of 77a Revere, Unit 0, Boston, MA 02114 (MLS # 71739713)

    1 bed  1 full bath
    827 sqft
    Listed with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage – Boston – Newbury St.
    MLS 71739713
  2. Photo of 31 Myrtle St, Unit 1, Boston, MA 02114 (MLS # 71738520)

    1 bed  1 full bath
    496 sqft   lot 496 sqft
    Listed with Bostonia Properties
    MLS 71738520
  3. Photo of 112 Pinckney, Unit 4, Boston, MA 02114 (MLS # 71736765)

    1 bed  1 full bath
    698 sqft
    Listed with Charlesgate Realty Group, llc
    MLS 71736765
  4. Photo of 68 Phillips Street, Unit 6, Boston, MA 02114 (MLS # 71731912)

    1 bed  1 full bath
    400 sqft
    Listed with Phoenix Realty Group
    MLS 71731912
  5. Photo of 45 Garden St, Unit 1, Boston, MA 02114 (MLS # 71731667)

    1 bed  1 full bath
    500 sqft
    Listed with RE/MAX Leading Edge
    MLS 71731667
  6. Photo of 49 Revere St, Unit 1, Boston, MA 02114 (MLS # 71722748)

    0 beds  1 full bath
    348 sqft   lot 348 sqft
    Listed with Unit Realty Group, LLC
    MLS 71722748
  7. Photo of 58 Myrtle St, Unit 1, Boston, MA 02114 (MLS # 71694993)

    1 bed  1 full bath
    455 sqft   lot 455 sqft
    Listed with Peak Realty
    MLS 71694993
  8. Photo of 45-A Garden St, Unit 45A, Boston, MA 02114 (MLS # 71673720)

    1 bed  1 full bath
    505 sqft   lot 505 sqft
    Listed with The Bowline Group
    MLS 71673720
  9. Photo of 36 Beacon Street, Unit 3A, Boston, MA 02108 (MLS # 71657853)

    0 beds  1 full bath
    550 sqft
    Listed with Hammond Residential
    MLS 71657853
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Numerous days on the market for Back Bay, Beacon Hill and South End apartments

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Back Bay Apartments
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South End real estate

A quick look at some Boston proper neighborhood apartment listings and why owners may want to consider price reductions:

Back Bay – 130 Commonwealth Avenue – 505 days on the market.

Back Bay – 290 Commonwealth Avenue rent price $2,900.00 – 249 days on the market.

Beacon Hill – 37 Beacon Street #21 rent price $4,500 – 270 days on the market.

Beacon Hill – 1 Primus Avenue #12 rent price $3,200 – 253 days on the market.

South End – 1313 Washington Street #323 rent price $3,900 – 271 days on the market.

Beacon Hill Sidewalk Wars, Part II: Civic association sues city

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Now it’s really war.

The Beacon Hill Civic Association is suing the city over installation of concrete handicapped ramps at intersections throughout the neighborhood.

Obviously, it’s important to make the neighborhood handicapped accessible — and if changes have to be made, they have to be made.

But we’re talking about really ugly ramps that they’re installing (click here to see these brutes). Couldn’t they find something more aesthetically and historically acceptable and do they really need so many?

Say what you will about opponents. But they’re actually trying to preserve the historic nature of a district, not make life miserable for the disabled. Let’s hope a common-sense compromise is found.

Beacon Hill Building for Sale 8/7/14

Ford Realty has an exclusive on a Beacon Hill residential building for sale. Asking price $1,850,000.

For more information contact Lawrence O’Connor at 617-785-6188. You can also reach Lawrence at 617-720-5454.

Beacon Hill Sidewalk Wars

Beacon Hill pundits Karen Cord Taylor and Stephen Quigley are not impressed with Mayor Walsh’s argument for concrete handicapped-accessible sidewalk ramps in the neighborhood.

Karen: “What the mayor hasn’t learned is that this matter is barely about bricks. Instead it is about a dictatorial public works department that decided to destroy a city’s historic fabric with no consultation with a neighborhood. It is about a mayor who heard only one side of a story.”

Stephen: “On Thursday night, Mayor Martin Walsh went before the residents of Beacon Hill to deliver his decision on the handicap accessible ramps that need to be installed in the sidewalks. He knew that his decision was not going to be well received, but he went to deliver the message himself rather than send his department chief. He deserves credit for that action. However, his decision, while motivated by the highest of principles, is wrong.”

Photo above via Erik’s post at Erik makes some excellent points.

File under: Sidewalk Wars

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