The 13-room, 4,566-square-foot townhouse at 22 Cordis Street just off Monument Square in so-much-to-see Charlestown dropped in late April for a $2,500,000. At the time, we noted that that tag penciled out to a relatively paltry $547 a square foot.
Scratch that. The circa 1876 spread, which includes double parlors, five fireplaces, and a chef’s kitchen, just closed for $2,965,000. That is $465,000 over its asking price—and comes to $649 a square foot.
That’s more like it.
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