The bones of the converted carriage house at 340 Bunker Hill Street in Charlestown date from 1899.
The vestiges of that past are clear in the seven-room, 1,723-square-foot pile. There are high ceilings, lots of open space, and large windows. The house also comes with one directly accessible garage parking space and one outside space.
Such a combination—convenient parking and prime real estate—does not come cheap. The spread is asking $1.249 million through Gibson Sotheby’s Frank Celeste.