The 2,239-square-foot Victorian at 8 Ashmont Street in always-enviable Dorchester is yet another example of that neighborhood’s superb crop of grand houses that are not soberingly expensive. This particular one dates from 1900 and includes five bedrooms as well as original detailing from back in the day (check out the staircase and the fireplace) and a new bluestone patio.
The whole spread wants $599,000 through Gibson Sotheby’s. It last sold in December 2009 for $408,000. Have a look around.
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