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Boston’s ‘Skinny Condominium’ sells for $1.25 million

The Skinny House in Boston's North End was built during the Civil War. Photo courtesy of CL Properties

The Skinny Condominium in Boston’s North Stay became once constructed at some level of the Civil Battle. Portray courtesy of CL Properties

Sept. 18 (UPI) — Boston’s “Skinny Condominium,” which, based completely on myth, became once constructed at some level of a family feud at some level of the Civil Battle, has offered for $1.25 million.

A soldier chanced on out after returning home from the Civil Battle his brother had constructed a property on their inherited land from their deceased father, leaving him with simplest a cramped allotment of property. Local myth has it he constructed the “Skinny Condominium,” also nicknamed a “Spite Condominium,” to dam sunlight hours from his brother’s home, based completely on CBS Boston and The Washington Put up.

“For $1.25 million you are going to be in a insist to stay love a temperamental brother,” Travis Sachs, CL Properties govt vice president, told the Put up. “That is genuinely something.”

The Skinny Condominium at 44 Hull St. became once listed for sale at $1.2 million, and the sale of the house closed Thursday for $1.25 million, based completely on Zillow.

“44 Hull St. got loads of affords and went under agreement for over checklist mark in decrease than one week,” CL Properties posted on Facebook.

The account green home is 1,165 sq. feet and has two bedrooms, one rest room, a non-public garden and roof deck. Its widest level is 10 feet and its narrowest level is 6.2 feet.

“Shaquille O’Neal will surely be in a insist to contact wall to wall,” Sachs told the Put up.

The North Stay neighborhood will seemingly be home to Paul Revere’s home, the Historical North Church, which performed a key role first and most fundamental of the Revolutionary Battle, and the Copp’s Hill Burying Floor.

The Freedom Path notes that Black Freemasonry founder Prince Corridor, Historical North Church sexton Robert Newman, Edmund Hartt, builder of the usConstitution, and two Puritan ministers linked to the Salem witch trials were buried in Copp’s Hill.

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