The colors truly pop in this 1,895-square-foot, nine-room single-family in the Hub's Neighborhood of the Year, starting with the exterior molding. No surprise then that 14 Longfellow Street went rather fast. It dropped in late May for $395,000 and just recently closed at a modest discount after not even three months officially on the market. The 5-BR, 2-BA 14 Longfellow went in the end for $387,500, thereby mimicking a trend in Boston's luxury market. Know any more mild discounts like this one? Drop us a note on the always-discreet Curbed Boston Tipline.
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