The Ozias Goodwin House is a historic house at 7 Jackson Avenue in the North End of Boston, Massachusetts. It is a two-story brick rowhouse, three bays wide, with brownstone window sills and lintels. The second floor windows are set just below the eave, a typical Federal period detail. The house was built in 1795, and is one of Boston's rare surviving Federal period houses. It was owned by Ozias Goodwin a ship's captain active in the East Indies trade.