The grander single-families in Boston’s Dorchester tend to have bones dating from the 19th century or at least from the early 20th. Not so the colonial at 20 Carruth Street in the Ashmont area.
The 2,987-square-foot house went up in 1996. It hit the sales market about a month ago for $989,000 through Gibson Sotheby’s, and it just recently landed a buyer. Twenty Carruth, which boasts a finished basement and an in-ground pool, is in contract with the closing presumably imminent.
The 4-BR, 4-BA last traded in 2006 for about $888,000 in today’s money.
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