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Oinnce a Lifetime 1123

P rivate, Protected,

Monument Street

Concord Massachusetts

Exclusively marketed by THE ATTIAS GROUP Luxury Homes Division


E x pa n si v e on e floor living, multiple garages a n d b a r n .

1123 Monument Street

offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to secure a perfectly sited, thoughtfully created, and immeasurably elegant pastoral estate. Forever






privately set back from the street, you can create a signature property here for generations to come.

“This traditional New England setting speaks to a regional spirit that exemplifies natural beauty, eternal privacy, and one of the very best addresses West of Boston.� off on snow shoes or cross country skis in the winter

Originally part of a 17 acre estate, this 3.5 acre parcel

or long hikes in the woods will become favorite




pastimes. Unlimited options for siting a new home, or


Private and serene, the nature enthusiast will

thoughtfully renovate the existing property to honor the





lifestyle it afforded the original owners. This property

hundreds of acres surrounding the property, wandering

grants all the wishes of even the most discerning buyer.

enjoy outdoor recreation twelve months a year.

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Proximity to Estabrook Woods and P u n k ata s s e t H i l l .

W i t h i t s i m p e c c a bl e location, this property provides its owners with a graceful lifestyle. Known for estate level properties along Monument Street, this parcel may seem smaller in scale than its surroundings, but with so much permanent conservation land, you will never have another neighbor. The home currently provides one single expansive floor of living space, offering four bedrooms including a master suite with a private deck and sweeping meadow views.

The main

living spaces share a unique three sided fireplace, and all rooms invite you outside through expansive walls of glass. Within a short distance is every imaginable place and purpose – Concord Center, Great Meadows, Estabrook Woods, Punkatassett Hill, the Concord River, and the Old North Bridge. Actively participate in all that this location has to offer - shop the small shops of

E n d l e s s d r i v e w a y bordered by stone walls a n d l in ed with trees.

Main Street, enjoy the quiet cafés, or visit landmark historic sites featured in our nation’s history.


may be one of the last remaining treasures along one of the most coveted addresses west of Boston. Hundreds







propert y

“Every once in a great while, an exceptional property becomes available, offering the perfect union of rolling open meadows, deep woods, and distant views of the Concord River, a site that is worthy of generations.�

Top left: Meadows and apple trees line the winding drive. Middle Left: Stone walls and a deep lot provide privacy and views. B ot tom Lef t: M ultipl e garages as well as a barn with significant storage.

“Sited on a multiacre park like setting, this sought after location is magnificent, one of the last of its kind, an extraordinary opportunity.”


Concord, signifying agreement and harmony, was incorporated as the first inland settlement in Massachusetts through a grant from the Massachusetts General Court dated September 12, 1635. As the scene of the first battle of the American Revolutionary War (War for Independence) on April 19, 1775, it is considered the birthplace of the nation, where the “shot heard ‘round the world” for liberty and self government was fired. During the middle of the 19th century, Concord was home to some of the greatest literary and transcendental minds in America. Authors Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Bronson and Louisa Alcott, and Nathaniel Hawthorne all lived, worked and wrote in Concord, and signs of their presence in the community remain to this day through the abundance of historic and cultural resources offered. Within walking distance of Concord Center are The Concord Museum, Orchard House, the Old Manse, the Old North Bridge, Minuteman National Historic Park, Emerson House, and Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Walden Pond, which served as the inspiration for Thoreau’s Walden in 1854, is nearby and offers a variety of recreational opportunities and hiking trails. The Concord Free Public Library, Concord Art Association, Emerson Umbrella studios for visual and performing arts, and the Performing Arts Center (which is home to the Concord Orchestra, the Concord Band, and the Concord Players) are all in the downtown area. Located 20 miles west of Boston, Concord’s population has remained stable at 16,000 over the past several decades. It is a picturesque New England community of handsome residences, preserved open spaces, familyowned farms and thriving commercial centers. The town is served by MBTA commuter rail to Boston, Cambridge and Fitchburg; and a commuter bus to Boston. State highway Route 2 runs through Concord, and Routes 128/95 and 495 are conveniently accessed. C on c or d hi g hl i g h t s

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1123 Monument Street Plot Plan

Virtual Showing

Walden Pond

The North bridge

museums and monuments

easy commute to Boston


Monument Street

Concord Massachusetts

Exclusively marketed by THE ATTIAS GROUP Luxury Homes Division

Overview Style Ranch Year Built 1955 Rooms 9 Bedrooms 4 Baths 2 Full, 1 Half Living Area *2,400 sq.ft. Lot Size 3.5 acres * per public record Structure Exterior Clapboard Foundation Poured Concrete Roof Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingles Floors Hardwood, Tile, WW Basement Yes, Walk out Fireplaces 3 Garage 1 Under, 4 Detached, plus Barn Rooms Living Room w/ Fireplace Dining Room w/ Fireplace Kitchen Study w/ Fireplace Master Bedroom •Master Bath Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Baths Laundry

23’ x 14’ 6” 24’ x 12’ 4” 16’ 2” x 12’ 10” 13’ 2” x 10’ 4” 16’ x 14’ 10” Yes 14’ 6” x 11’ 6” 11’ 10” x 11’ 10” 11’ 10” x 10’ 4” 1 Full / 1 Half 8’ 6” x 7’ 4”

Services Heating Hot Water Baseboard Fuel Oil Water Town Water Sewer Private Septic Financial & Legal 2012 Assessment $1,446,275 2012 Taxes $19,912+/Registry SMRD Book/Page 9999 / 9999 Schools Alcott, CMS, CCHS

Elisabeth Elden


Direct: 978.505.9123 Office: 978.371.1234

For Financing Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Mark Richard Direct: 617-820-6050

AGENCY DISCLOSURE All Brokers/Salespersons represent the seller, not the buyer in the marketing, negotiating and sale of the property, unless otherwise disclosed. However, the Broker or Salesperson has an ethical and legal obligation to show honesty and fairness to the buyer in all transactions. All information supplied by owners. No attempt has been made to verify same. Sales offering are made subject to errors, change of price or withdrawal without notice.

1123 Monument Street, Concord, MA 01742  

1123 Monument Street, Concord, MA 01742

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