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Concord Massachusetts

Lovingly Preserved, Concord’s Gaius Proctor House Is Up For Grabs

By Bethany Erickson | October 6, 2019 | Comments Off on Lovingly Preserved, Concord’s Gaius Proctor House Is Up For Grabs

Concord, Massachusetts, was the site of a great deal of America’s history — from Revolutionary War sites in Minute Man Park to being home to Louisa May Alcott, to poet Ralph Waldo Emerson penning “Nature” at the Old Manse (as well as Henry David Thoreau visiting Walden Pond). And now one of the properties that 19th-century […]

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Concord’s Thoreau-Alcott House Is a Treasured Historic Find

By Deb R. Brimer | May 26, 2019 | Comments Off on Concord’s Thoreau-Alcott House Is a Treasured Historic Find

Historic properties like the Thoreau-Alcott House – as in legendary authors Henry David Thoreau and Louisa May Alcott – are rare finds. While owning a piece of American history is the beauty of purchasing any historic home or estate, the immaculately maintained Thoreau-Alcott House comes with multiple layers of history. Built in 1815, the 5,807-square-feet, […]

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Concord Home To American Revolutionary War Hero On The Market

By Bethany Erickson | January 6, 2019 | Comments Off on Concord Home To American Revolutionary War Hero On The Market

There is just something about a Colonial and Early American era home that makes you want to pull out the David McCullough books and transport yourself back to the incredible point in time where a new nation was born. And we’ve made no secret of our love of a well-preserved home from that era — […]

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