The 7,000 square-foot single-style house is only half of the
story with this pristine property along Sudbury Road.
A 24-acre farm with 850 feet of river frontage and a boat launch, the scenic 19th century landscape is perhaps an equal part of the appeal of 846 Sudbury Road in Concord. Through the years, the grounds have been documented in Thoreau’s journals and books featuring the photography of Herbert Wendell Gleason.
That’s not to say the house itself should be overlooked.
The 1901 shingle-style house has period hardware, a paneled front door and an expansive interior plan that’s been updated for the modern lifestyle, including a window-wrapped kitchen with maple cabinetry, marble countertops and premium appliances. There’s that, plus a 2006 studio/loft addition with panoramic meadow and river views.
The property will cost you $4.75 million. For an additional yearly fee, the property owner gets access to a canoe landing on the Sudbury River and use of tennis courts through the Kalmia Woods Corporation.
Address: 846 Sudbury Road
Single Family: 7,432 sq ft
Lot: 24.4 acres
Year Built: 1901
Listing Site: Coldwell Banker