3 beds, 3 baths, 2,100 SF

The McLellan School, built in 1886, served West End families until the 1970s, when Reiche Community School was built, and then it was converted to 12 units in 1982. This two-level unit has huge windows, a library ladder for one of its extensive built-in units, and what looks like the repurposed auditorium stage. Other perks: building elevator, and two parking spaces, one in a garage. Big hike for breakfast here: egg sandwiches at Ugly Duckling or Fresh Approach are nearly 10 minutes away by foot. $618/month HOA fee. Listed by William Davisson, Town & Shore Real Estate. See the full listing, though the home’s status has recently changed to pending.

2 beds, 2 baths, 1,005 SF

This 1884 multiunit was gut renovated and converted to three condominiums in 2022. Apartment 2 has a little bonus space with door and window off of the living room, for an office, nursery, or mini gym. Includes one parking space, basement storage unit, mini split A/C, and all new appliances including in-unit washer and dryer. Get some good morning treats, including the hair of the dog from here: Right around the corner are Ohno Café, Zu Bakery, and Ruski’s. $250/month HOA fee. Listed by Elise Loschiavo, Vitalius Real Estate Group. See the full listing.

2 beds, 1 bath, 1,200 SF

Fireplace, hardwood floors, an updated kitchen, and a covered back porch, and a not technical but totally possible third bedroom are in this unit that’s part of a circa 1913 building with lovely Victorian details on the exterior. You also get a dedicated parking space, and what looks like a shared basement laundry room with storage space. But where will you get your coffee and snacks? Quiero Café, Tandem Coffee and Bakery, and Yordprom Coffee are within a block or two. $300/month HOA fee. Listed by Whitney Harvey, Town & Shore Real Estate. See the full listing.

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