Boston-area home prices by transit stop

Ryan Nickum

May 3

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It’s no secret Boston-area home prices are among the highest in the country, but Estately wanted to show how those prices vary depending on which transit stop a home is near. To do this, Estately analyzed the last six months of home sales for houses, townhouses, and condos within a half-mile radius of each transit stop on Boston’s Green, Blue, Red, Silver, and Orange Lines. We then broke them down by price per square foot.

At an average of $1,076 per square foot, the Arlington Stop on the Green Line is the Boston Area’s most expensive transit stop to buy a home near. The Beachmont stop on the Blue Line was the least expensive at $193 per square foot on average.

Overall, home prices along the Silver Line had the highest average price per square foot ($754), followed by Green Line “C” Branch—$708, Green Line “B” Branch—$673, Green Line “D” Branch—$672, Orange Line—$627, Red Line—$483, and Blue Line—$479.

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