The 2,298-square-foot rowhouse at the end of a block of Sumner Street in East Boston's Jeffries Point hit the sales market on April 11 (a.k.a. Friday) and—dig this—found a buyer over the weekend (one source tells us through the ever-discreet Curbed Boston Tipline that it was the next day, in fact). That's head-spinningly fast, even by modern Hub standards.
The 3-BR, 3-BA with bones in the 1880s and 13-foot ceilings in some parts wanted $849,900. Did it get that? We won't know until the deal closes. The house last traded in August 2006 for $639,000. Stay tuned.
· Listing: 422 Sumner Street [Keller Williams]
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