The 1,944-square-foot colonial at 4 Butler Street in Dorchester hit the market recently through the Galvin Group for $709,000.
The four-bedroom spread, with one and a half bathrooms and an outdoor shower, dates from 1917, but, of course, has been updated. It last traded in 2009 for about $427,000 in today’s cabbage.
Since then, 4 Butler has gained a notable neighbor along with that apparent value. Who’s the notable? Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, who bought nearby two years ago.
- Why Dorchester Is More Than Where Mayor Marty Walsh Lives [Curbed Boston]