But there's one on Centre Street near the Dedham line.
You don't see many Easter Island heads or giant chickens in West Roxbury, either.
I always wonder what's up with that. That house looks like it was once the only one around, sitting atop a small hill, looking down at the area around it.
State Senator resides there.
If you're trying to be a piece of shit, then look up what the term "State Senator" means. But thank you for failing to be the asshole we all know you can be.
I run by that teepee pretty often. According to a list that city archaeologist Joe Bagley circulated a couple of years ago, the house at that address was built in 1680 (same year as the Paul Revere house) and is the third oldest structure in Boston.
I live nearby and have always admired the farmhouse style of that house. I had no idea it was that old, though.
(I've never seen anyone in the yard though--I wonder how much the teepee gets used!)
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