At least it’s heated.
This $375,000 parking spot in Boston is as expensive as most U.S. houses — and more than 10x more expensive per square foot.
The heated spot is in Boston’s Columbus neighborhood near the Prudential Center. It sits under the Residences at 201 West Brookline, built as a church in 1900 and converted into a luxury condominium building in 2018.
U.S. houses typically list for slightly more than what this spot is asking, about $380,000 in August, according to Realtor.com monthly housing data.
And assuming the spot is a standard 9’x18′ size, that makes it $2,314.81 per square foot — 11.5 times the $184.28 median listing price per square foot in the nation in August, according to Realtor.com.
Boston real estate is more expensive than the national average — but even for Boston prices, this spot is pricey. Median home listings in Boston typically cost $659,000 in August — or $398.93 per square foot, according to Realtor.com.
Listing agent Tracy Campion did not immediately respond to The Post’s request for comment.