The bones of the 4,257-square-foot federal house at 40 Lowell Road in Concord date from around 1816—not incidentally, during the tail end of the architectural style’s heyday.
Parts of the four-bedroom, four-bathroom spread have obviously been updated during the past 202 years, the kitchen in particular. But the house does retain some original details, including the hardwood floors, the pocket shutters, and the three fireplaces.
How much? $1.45 million through Coldwell Banker. What’d you think?
- Boston’s most iconic federal buildings, mapped [Curbed Boston]