A 10-Foot Wide House In Boston Sells For $1.25 Million
In the latest example of a wicked hot housing market, a 10-foot wide house in Boston has sold for $1.25 million.
Located in the city’s historic North End neighborhood, the 2-bedroom 1-bath home was built in 1890, according to city tax records, though some accounts say 1862. The real estate agency calls it “The Skinny House,” measuring 1,165 square feet. “Floor-through residence with 3 exposures offering a unique floor plan, manicured gardens and a private roof deck with unobstructed harbor and city views.”
The house is a frequent tourist spot, seen along the Freedom Trail in Boston.