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Walk to Everything

A House with History

Concord Center Has to Offer!


Belknap Street

Concord Massachusetts

Exclusively marketed by THE ATTIAS GROUP Antique Homes Division

Circa 1900 with three floors of l i v i ng spa c e , a n u p d at e d k i t c h e n and original p er iod de ta i l s .

66Belknap Street

Old world style meets modern convenience in this charming authentic 1900’s Victorian. This classic

home offers a pure New England aesthetic; a perfect blend of location, condition and amenities. Located only a stone’s throw from Concord’s historic town center, and strides away from Thoreau Street, which Concordians consider to be the “Local” Main Street. This coveted location also offers proximity to the commuter rail providing easy access to Boston for work or the occasional outing. Long before today’s high quality builders appreciated high ceilings, dramatic built-ins, five panel doors, hardwood floors, and overall impressive architecture came the original inspiration as exemplified in this home. This Victorian was renovated with care and an attention to detail that is second to Historic Center

Victorian Gem

“A charming property in the heart of historic Concord, with timeless style.” none. Meticulous attention to craftsmanship is the inspiration from the moment you enter the front door, striking both an elegant and character rich esthetic, this home truly speaks for itself. Upon entering the home, you are greeted by a formal foyer and original turned wood staircase that leads to multiple levels of living space. The first floor boasts a formal dining room, family room and half bath all with hardwood floors and original woodwork. The renovated kitchen includes cherry cabinets, granite countertops and stainless appliances. Enjoy a coffee at the breakfast bar in the kitchen as you start your day. P r i vat e B a c k Ya r d

Up d at e d k i tc h e n

Enjoy this p r i v a t e enclosed yard and patio for entertaining.

T h e se con d flo or, w it h a gen erous f o yer a r e a ,

has three ample bedrooms and a renovated bath, perfect for a large family. The third floor offers a master suite addition with full bath, walk-in closet, and office space. Upgrades include central air conditioning, a newer roof, the kitchen, master bath, master bedroom, outdoor patio, and professional landscaping. This leaves the future owner with only two goals, to live and enjoy life. Imagine living in this substantial home that your family can live in for generations to come.

Traditional front porch on a quiet side street

The back patio offers plenty of space for entertaining family and friends and just enough landscaping to plant your favorite fruits and vegetables or simply let your dog go for a run. Just a short walk from: fresh fish and vegetables markets, La Provence, Bedford Farms Ice Cream, Sorrento’s Pizzeria, new famed restaurant 80 Thoreau, and Emerson play field. Enjoy the downtown shopping district, and a lifestyle without compromise. Fall in love with this character rich Victorian home that offers every convenience right at your door step. It has been renovated to meet today’s lifestyle, all while maintaining the charm and period details of a classic design. Three finished floors, condition, and location--location-location, make this the value offering of the season! 3 Floors of Living

Central Air

Master Suite

Pat io

Period Details

“Preserve your sense of style and enjoy a home in Concord’s historic center that balances a strong presence with curb appeal galore... timeless.”

Top left: Perfectly renovated with granite counters and stainless appliances Middle left: Enjoy bar seating in the kitchen for casual dining Bottom left: High ceiling with plenty of sunshine

“Live in an authentic home in Concord’s historic center that offers a requisite blend of beauty, comfort, and convenience.”


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. Concord highlights

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66Belknap Street Floor Plans First Floor

Second Floor

Third Floor

Virtual Showing

Walden Pond The North bridge museums and monuments ea sy commute to Boston


Belknap Street

Concord Massachusetts

Exclusively marketed by THE ATTIAS GROUP Antique Homes Division

Overview Style Victorian Year Built 1900 Rooms 7 Bedrooms 4 Baths 2 Full, 1 Half Living Area *2,400 sq.ft. Lot Size *0.12 acres * per public record

Structure Exterior Wood Foundation Fieldstone Roof Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingles Floors Hardwood Basement Full Porch 15’ 6 x 5’ Patio Yes Balcony Yes Rooms First Floor Living Room 14’ 3” x 12’ 2” Dining Room 14’ 2” x 11’ 2” Kitchen 17’ 9” x 12’ 2” Bath 1 Half Laundry Yes

Second Floor Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bath Third Floor Master Bedroom l Master Bath l Walk-in Closets Nook

14’ 2” x 14’ 2” 14’ 2” x 12’ 12’ 2” x 11’ 8” 1 Full

26’ 7” x 14’ 10” Yes 2 9’ x 7’ 10”

Services Heating / Zones Forced Hot Air / 2 Fuel Gas Air Conditioning / Zones Central / 2 Electric Service Circuit Breakers Water Town Water Sewerage Town Sewer Financial & Legal 2012 Assessment $727,500 2012 Taxes $9,879+/Registry SMRD Book/Page 36018 / 561 Schools Alcott Elementary Peabody-Sanborn MS CCHS

ZUR ATTIAS Broker/Owner Direct: 978.621.0734 Office: 978.371.1234

Beverly Davis, Realtor Direct: 508.277.0566 Office: 978.371.1234

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.

66 Belknap Street, Concord, MA  
66 Belknap Street, Concord, MA  

66 Belknap Street, Concord, MA