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Beacon Hill one-bedroom behind wrought-iron door asks $869,000

The spread with plenty of exposed brick is in a building dating from 1850

A living room with a large couch facing a TV, and there’s a lot of exposed brick on the walls, and the living room leads to a kitchen. Photos courtesy of Coldwell Banker

The building at 26 Pinckney Street in Beacon Hill dates from 1850, and includes Unit 26.

That 831-square-foot spread with plenty of a exposed brick and a wrought-iron front door is on sale through Coldwell Banker’s Rebecca Davis Tulman for $869,000—or $1,045 a square foot. Both sums run ahead of much of what Boston real estate is asking now, but this is historic Beacon Hill and this particular condo does have a “cottage-like” look, per its listing.

The one-bedroom, one-bathroom also includes access to an enclosed shared patio, and there’s in-unit laundry. What'd you think?

The brick exterior of an apartment building ,with a partially opened wrought-iron door.
A small, but modern kitchen with a large counter separating it from a living room.
A small dining room area with a table and chairs next to an exposed-brick wall.
A short, narrow hallway in a condo leading to a closet.
A narrow bedroom with a bed.
A bathroom with a basin sink and a shower behind glass doors.