The tag did not seem all that stunning for the house. It’s a grand affair dating from 1887, but with thoroughly modern updates—that nevertheless retain that 19th-century charm for which the neighborhood is so famous.
And then there’s the scope: Three floors, five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, that large porch, the corner location.
Still, for whatever reason(s), the tag on 17 Harley has come down $100,000 to a mere $1,099,000. Stay tuned.
A local's guide to Dorchester, Boston's largest neighborhood [Curbed Boston]