It's funny that I just looked at this property yesterday for a potential seller at the same complex in Station Landing. I, also, could not figure out where this listing price came from until I researched public records. My guess is that the seller paid $575,000 for this unit in 2008 and is trying to see if she can make her money back and cover the expenses associated with selling the unit. Most often, the realtors take their lead from the sellers, and the listing realtor of this property has been in the business for a very long time; she may know something about this unit that I don't. However, although inventory is low (pushing prices higher), they will definitely set records for an all-time high price in this building if they can pull it off. They will need a cash buyer to do so because, even if they found a buyer to pay this amount, the unit will probably not appraise at this value so the buyer's mortgage company would not approve the purchase. What this unit does have that others don't is a second garage parking space that, back in a day, was valued at $40,000. I think the extra garage space is valued much lower in today's market; I am told around $11,000 or $12,000 now. If you are, in fact, interested in this building, feel free to contact me at 781-608-1157 since I may have a similarly sized 2-bedroom unit coming on the market (not right away) soon.