Here’s What It Costs to Buy in Roslindale
Where beautiful (and moderately affordable) condos and single-family homes abound.
Put simply, Roslindale is a gold mine of beautiful homes. Impressive (and moderately affordable) condos and single-family houses abound in the neighborhood—that is, until they’re snapped up in the blink of an eye.
It’s no surprise houses in Rozzie are popular. On average, they command just $367 per square foot, which is considerably cheaper than Allston, Brighton, South Boston, and even East Boston. Thanks to a new report from real estate analytics firm NeighborhoodX, we can take a look at Roslindale’s price breakdown in detail.
While the average asking price hovers between $300 and $400 per square foot, individual properties in Roslindale range from $233 to $590 per square foot. The home with the least expensive price per square foot is a condo in a jaw-dropping antique building. The most expensive listing is a smaller two-bedroom condo near the Commuter Rail.
“For context, Roslindale is priced comparably to Dorchester,” explains Constantine Valhouli, cofounder of NeighborhoodX.
Dorchester averages at $335 per square foot, and much like Rozzie, tops out at $595 per square foot. Roslindale, however, is still more expensive than Roxbury, Hyde Park, and Mattapan.
Want to see how home prices line up across the neighborhood? See the chart below.