“This home is all about beauty, tranquility and your exposure to nature. Surround yourself with a masterful blend of style, New England charm and timeless grace just steps away from Concord’s historic center.”
Top left: Entertain guests in a classic formal living room with beautiful views of the outdoors. Middle: Perfect home office or quiet study/library with built in book cases. Bottom left: Enjoy this formal dining room complemented by large windows with views of the yard.
Enjoy expansive views of the Sudbury River in a three-season porch with walls of glass.
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AboutConcord 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. 27 River Street
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Upon entry, a notable foyer and the craftsmanship that only a home built in the late eighteen hundreds can offer is showcased in a wonderful stair. The first floor offers a comfortable eat-in kitchen, book-lined study, over sized dining room with dramatic walls of glass, and both a fireplaced formal living room with unobstructed river views and a family room that opens to a three-seasons porch. Additional features include an informal staircase, first floor laundry, mud room, and formal half bath, all with wide pine floors, high ceilings and dramatic over sized windows. The second floor offers three bedrooms and an additional master bedroom with views of the river, as well as three full baths. New construction is not the only way to achieve such comfortable amenities. This delightful home has been renovated to perfection. The third floor offers an Au Pair/guest suite complete with a wet bar, three-quarter bath and an additional bedroom. A spacious unfinished room offers ample room for storage. Additionally the basement can be finished for the perfect game room or home gym. The best homes transcend the typical; this home is an exercise in elegance.
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