The newly constructed house at 23 Village Street was forged from an old bronze foundry (heh) and designed by M.I.T. architecture dean Adèle Naudé Santos. The main living space is an airy 70 feet long and surrounds a centralized courtyard. Two master suites upstairs cantilever around said courtyard.
The modernist abode hit the sales market at the tail end of last week, asking $975,000. Along with Santos' severe touches, you get two bedrooms; two and a half baths; 1,950 square feet (not including that courtyard); and a two-car garage. Go.
· Listing: 23 Village Street [Coldwell Banker]
· Our Architecture archive [Curbed Boston]