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Boston Housing Prices by T Stop


If you're buying a home in Boston it will come as no surprise that prices are some of the highest in the country. 

But what might surprise you is how these prices vary based on what T stop you live near.

Recent research by Estately analyzed data from the last six months of home sales for houses, townhouses and condos near each transit stop on all of the MBTA lines. These numbers for each line were then broken down by price per square foot.

The research found that the most expensive stop to buy a home near is Arlington on the Green Line at an average of $1,076 per square foot.

Overall, the Back Bay area T stops are some of the most expensive areas to buy a home near, however the Silver Line is the most expensive to buy along in general.

The least expensive stop is Beachmont on the Blue Line at an average of $193 per square foot. The Blue Line also had the least expensive average price overall.  

The map proves that Boston residents are willing to pay for convenience, but if you don't mind the commute then you'll pay less by living closer to the end of the line. 

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