These Are the Cheapest Homes in Newton

From a condo in Newton Highlands to a single family in Newton Center.

Photo courtesy of Hammond Residential Real Estate

650 Boylston Street, Newton / Photo via Hammond Residential Real Estate

On the hunt for a starter home outside of the city? There are a handful of impressive, T-accessible condos and houses to be found in Newton.

Real estate analytics firm NeighborhoodX looked at Newton’s 13 villages to identify the ten most affordable homes for sale. The result is a list that ranges from one and two-bedroom condos to average-sized single-family homes.

Among the most affordable market-rate properties on the market in Newton, a pleasant little one-bedroom condo turned up as the least expensive of all. At $299,900, the place in Newton Highlands offers just 606 square feet.

On the other end of the spectrum is a well-maintained three-bedroom in Newton Center. The house at 34 Cummings Road is priced at $750,000, and asks $446 per square foot.

Overall, the homes range from $372 to $543 per square foot. For comparison, those prices are on par with neighborhoods like West Roxbury, which averages at $352 per square foot, and South Boston, averaging $598 per square foot.

Thinking of venturing further down the Green Line? Take your pick from the list below.