Coldwell Banker has come up with a new twist on football rivalry, comparing home prices in some of the country’s major college football towns, and Boston College (Chestnut Hill) was ranked the 2nd most expensive housing out of the 119 college football markets surveyed.
The study compared homes that are single-family, approximately 2,200 square feet, four bedrooms, two and one-half baths, have a family room or equivalent with a two-car garage.
Stanford University, Palo Calf. avg. home price $1,740,731.00 was ranked #1 as the most expensive college football town and Boston College (Chestnut Hill) at $1,381,230.00 was ranked #2.
With a record of 10-0, Alabama may be the nation’s No. 1 team in the Bowl Championship series standings, according to ESPN, but its average home price for affordability ranks it at 59 on Coldwell Banker’s college football poll.
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