While they couldn’t rent the Ross Leavy renovated 195 Beacon for $6,000 a month, they could sell it for an MLS reported $1,600,000. Asking $1,650,000 (which is what the seller had paid in October of 2007).
UPDATE (10/1): Sorry folks, but we screwed up. While 195 Beacon was purchased for $1,650,000 in October 2007 and did just sell for $1,600,000, it wasn’t an “apples to apples” sale but rather invested in and improved.
We missed a permit for the addition of two bedrooms on the ground floor, a kitchen and bathroom renovation on the upper floor, and a few new windows in-between sales. Luckily a plugged-in reader did not.
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