Real estate siteEstatelyhas released a new report that uses an MBTA map to show how much homebuyers could expect to pay to live near different T stops.
The site analyzed the last six months of data connected to home sales for houses, townhouses and condos within a half-mile of the stops along Boston’s transit lines. The report is arranged with the average prices accompanying each T stop on a map (alargeversionis available here).
The Arlington stop on the Green Line had some of the area’s priciest real estate within a half-mile of a transit stop, with an average cost of $1,076 per square foot, according to Estately. At $193 per square foot, homes around the Beachmont stop on the Blue Line had the lowest cost on average.
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Homes near the Silver Line, which had an overall average of $754 per square foot, gave that train the highest average of all the lines, Estately reported. The Blue Line homes’ average price per square foot was the lowest at $479.
Of Estately’s top 10 priciest stops, four are along the Green Line in Back Bay: Hynes Convention Center, Prudential, Copley and Arlington.