Dating back to 1895, according to town records, this home was one of the last houses to be built on Hubbard Street. More than a century later, in 2006, there was a thorough renovation that respected the home's original era, but also brought it up to modern standards -- things like replacing the siding and roof, installing copper gutters, rebuilding the bathrooms and adding a porch and patio.
Though it currently exists as two condominiums, the current owners are selling both -- along with the large carriage house -- as one property, which can be converted with a special permit. So, this property affords the opportunity to live or invest in the heart of Concord.
Among the interior attributes: All three floors feature hardwood floors, the original French door with irregular glass panes, the nine-foot ceilings and oversized windows.
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Address: 52-54 Hubbard St., Concord
Single Family: 3,810 square feet
Lot: .68 acres
Year Built: 1889