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357 Nashawtuc Road Concord, MA 01742

$4,980,000
7,890 Sq Ft
6 Beds
5 Baths

General

Status
Pending
Days on Market
123
Type
SingleFamilyResidence
Style
Shingle
Year Built
1896
Living Area
7890 sq ft
Bedrooms
6
Bathrooms
5
Laundry
Flooring - Stone/Ceramic Tile,Cabinets - Upgraded,Dryer Hookup - Gas,Washer Hookup,Lighting - Overhead,Crown Molding,Laundry Sink
Garage
2

Mechanical

Heating
Forced Air,Hot Water Radiators,Radiant,Gas
Water
River
Cooling
Central Air,3 or More

Legal

Taxes
$49,815
Tax Year
2021

Overview

Sited proudly above the Assabet River, this classic shingle & brick Nashawtuc Hill home was thoughtfully restored & extensively improved by a well-known architect/builder w/each room flooded w/light & views of the natural setting. A young & energized atmosphere created by a unique combination of beautiful vintage details w/luxury amenities & modern design includes a brilliant new kitchen by Kochman Reidt & Haigh, slick new bathrooms, radiant heat Oak floors, window replacements w/original glass, show stopping lighting, extensive technology, high end built-ins & millwork, new electrical & so much more. Truly a remarkable property & a joy to live in inside & out. Find well thought out spaces within the 16 rooms on four levels including 5/6 BR's and 6 BA's, 2 offices, media rm, art rm, sports court + gorgeous outdoor entertainment areas. You'll love the gunite pool, decks, patios, porches, stone fireplace & direct access to trails and The River. Come tour this perfect gem!

    Charla Coleman

    Charla ColemanBroker Associate

    (978) 771-9453

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    Location

    Community

    Concord

    As home to the first conflict in the Revolutionary War, as well as some of America's most famous authors from Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry David Thoreau, Concord is a town rich in history. 19 miles west of Boston, Concord is known for its excellent public school district and charming center, which offers a variety of boutiques and local dining gems.