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Sold! $580K Single-Family House in Magoun Square

A multi-family on North Street and a single-family on McGrath Highway were also among the properties that sold in Somerville last week.

View homes that sold in Somerville last week. Check out the photo gallery or view the same information in the easy-to-scan chart.

Address Details List Price Sale Price Listing Agent 46 Bradley St.

Single-family, 3 bed/2 bath, 1476 sq. ft.

$279,900

$265,000

Dana Russell of Century 21 Commonwealth

376 McGrath Hwy.

Single-family, 2 bed/1 bath, 1095 sq. ft.

$289,000

$285,000

Sean Callahan of Maven Realty

492 Medford St.

Single-family, 3 bed/2.5 bath, 1735 sq. ft.

$599,000

$580,000

Richard Marcus of RE/MAX Destiny

326 Broadway U:1

Condo, 2 bed/1 bath, 696 sq. ft.

$160,000 $169,000 Michael Connor of Connor Real Estate 95 North St.

Two-family, 6 bed/3 bath, 2984 sq. ft.

$619,900 $608,000

Michael Albiani of Century 21 Commonwealth

 

"Sold!" is a weekly column featuring the latest real estate sales in and around Somerville. Photos and information compiled using MLS data, courtesy of Andrew Scannell, Coldwell Banker Sales Agent and Somerville/Cambridge native. 617.245.3993 Andrew.Scannell@NEMoves.com

Courtney O'Keefe August 24, 2012 at 04:25 PM
What a drop in price for the Magoun Square house! When first put on the market, a $700K+ asking price came with it. Clearly, the economic situation in Magoun is having an impact on the housing market. Trull Street has also experienced condos being sold at under-$300K prices that have decent square footage. Lowell Street also had condos that were sold under-$240K just a hop, skip and a jump away from the proposed Green Line stop at the Lowell Street bridge.

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