On the Market: A Well-Kept Home in Charlestown
This orderly abode dates back to 1804.
16 Cordis Street, Charlestown
Size: 2,330 square feet
Situated in Charlestown’s gaslight district—and steps from the Bunker Hill Monument—this charming three-bedroom home has been meticulously maintained since it was built in 1804.
The well-kept, historical abode stretches to a whopping 2,330 square feet, offering a library, a large living room, and a clawfoot tub in one bathroom. The kitchen boasts exposed brick, top-of-the line appliances, and multiple window nooks with storage, while upstairs, the master bedroom features exposed beams and a dressing room.
Antique and modern details strike a balance on the interior, too. There are a total of six gas fireplaces throughout the house, plus original wide-pine floors and a few trendy light fixtures.
For information, contact Regina Joseph Winslow, William Raveis R.E. & Home Services, raveis.com.