Tiny Boston apartment hits market for a whopping $410,000

Tiny spaces don't necessarily equate to a tiny price tags — just ask anyone you know living in a notoriously expensive rental market like New York or San Francisco.

You've probably heard the term "shoebox apartment" to describe the pint-sized living spaces people in big cities must resort to in order to afford rent — and this diminutive 439-square-foot apartment would probably qualify as just that.

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Except this one's price tag equates to what would end up being $934 per square foot.

Sitting in Boston's ever-coveted Back Bay neighborhood, 160 Commonwealth Avenue (or "Comm Ave," as the locals call it) is a quaint, posh pad in the 42-year-old Vendome building. Except this property's price tag equates to what would end up being $934 per square foot.
Yep, that's almost one grand for each square foot. Put in perspective, that would come out to just shy of $1 million for a standard 1,000-square-foot apartment.

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The studio apartment features a large living room, tons of storage space, a fireplace and large windows offering great views of the city.

Best of all, the entire home comes fully furnished, and the building includes a 24-hour concierge.

The place is on the market for $410,000 — Boston accent not required for purchase.

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