These Are The Most Expensive Properties for Sale in Allston

They range from a studio-sized condo to a multi-family building.

27-29 Everett Street / Photo via J. B. Realty

Ever wonder what the priciest pads in Allston look like? It turns out, the homes fetching the most amounts of money aren’t exactly glamorous.

A new report by real estate analytics firm NeighborhoodX laid out the top 10 most expensive homes for sale in Allston. Their asking prices start at just $437,800, for a studio-sized condo in a new development, to $1.65 million, for a multifamily building on Everett Street.

As the least expensive home on the list, the studio inside a new luxury building called Telford 180 asks $899 per square foot, one of the highest prices per square foot. On the other hand, the most expensive building in Allston—an almost 5,000-square-foot three family—asks $340 per square foot. While the properties don’t exhibit a staggeringly large difference in price per square foot, the homes for sale do range widely overall.

“Because there aren’t so many properties currently for sale in Allston, the asking prices step up relatively quickly,” says Constantine Valhouli, director of research for NeighborhoodX. “In a neighborhood with more listed properties, we’d likely see a smaller range of prices.”

It’s also interesting to note Telford 180 claims five of the top 10 spots on Allston’s list of most expensive homes—representing, perhaps, a price shift in one of Boston’s most affordable neighborhoods. At the moment, though, the most expensive homes in Allston range from just below the average price in Dorchester, $335 per square foot, to just below the average in the South End, $1,055 per square foot.

See how the properties line up in the chart below.