The listing for the 1,146-square-foot house at 4 Wall Street in Charlestown describes it as a “worker’s cottage,” and that may very well have been its original function when it went up in the early 1850s.
But it now stands smack-dab in the middle of one of Boston’s more desirable enclaves. So the two-bedroom, two-bathroom house with original exposed beams and a sizable yard out back can ask $949,000 through David Heller Realty in all seriousness.
What’d you think? There’s the location and the touches. The charm’s priceless, though, no?