The Charles Wells House is a historic house at 99 Prescott Street in Reading, Massachusetts. The two-story Queen Anne Victorian wood-frame house was built in 1894 by Charles Wells, a New Brunswick blacksmith who married a Reading woman. The house is clad in clapboards and has a gable roof, and features a turret with an ornamented copper finial and a front porch supported by turned posts, with a turned balustrade between. A small triangular dormer gives visual interest to the roof above the porch. The house is locally distinctive as a surviving example of a modest Queen Anne house, complete with a period carriage house/barn.