The Charles D. Elliott House is a historic house at 7 Colman Street in Newton, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story wood frame house was probably built in the 1860s, and is one of Newton's finest Second Empire houses. It has a mansard roof pierced by dormers with rounded or triangular gabled pediments. Its main facade has a slightly projecting central section, which includes an elaborately decorated porch that projects further forward and extends the full width of the front. Charles D. Elliott was part owner of a local coal and lumber yard.