BOSTON (WHDH) - Finding parking in Boston can be a challenge but one person could have their spot secured as long as they’re willing to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Campion and Company has listed a single parking space in the heated garage of 201 West Brookline St. for $375,000.

The underground garage is part of a South End luxury condominium that had been converted from a church in 2018.

“I mean that’s absurd. I mean the real estate market is super high so people are willing to pay that but you can move your car every other week and save $375,000,” said South End homeowner Sam Boyd.

Neighbors say you can park on the street for free with a permit but, those who do not want to deal with street cleaning or snow in the winter can drop six figures on the parking spot in this heated garage.

While the hefty price tag is astronomically high for most, people who live in the South End are not shocked – given the city’s high cost of living.

“There’s people who can afford that in the neighborhood, so yes I am sure it could sell,” Rachel Garity said.

It’s unclear how much interest this parking spot has received so far the listing agent did not respond to 7NEWS’ request for comment.

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