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Concord Home of the Week: 276 Main St.

An antique waterfront landmark is up for sale.

This circa-1859 antique colonial is a period treasure with waterfront views of the Sudbury River and only minutes to vibrant downtown Concord, the Depot, schools, shops and restaurants.

Curbside, this property speaks classic Concord with its traditional features, oversized windows, detailed moldings and grand design. The home also boasts sweeping water views from many rooms and levels.

Inside, it offers four fireplaces, beautiful wood built-ins, five bedrooms, three and a half baths, formal living and dining areas and numerous alternative spaces, such as a family room, sitting room, office and a bonus room. While each area conveys rich New England craftsmanship, it also possesses its own identity and character. Complacency would never be a word used for homeowners of this home when there is always a treasure to appreciate or admire in virtually every area of the house.

The 24-by-19 square-foot living room is lined with blush paint and white wood details from the walls to the ceiling and the decorative mantel. The kitchen pursues the lines, tones and textures of the home with wood cabinets and a two-tiered granite countertop. The spacious 20-by-19 square-foot formal dining area appeals to family gatherings with more wood accents and a brightening bay window and fireplace. This floor also offers many relaxed areas with a fireplaced family room, sunroom and back deck, all overlooking the water.

The second floor houses three of the bedrooms, including the 24-by-15-foot master bedroom with a fireplace, an additional bedroom with a fireplace, two full baths, a sitting room and a cozy bonus 8-by-8-foot room. The third level offers privacy and options with two more bedrooms and a full bath.

This historic home proudly displays its heritage, the Grindall Reynolds House, 1859, and while the name will remain on its exterior, new residents can occupy a landmark that majestically marks Concord's rich history.

Address: 276 Main St.

Price: $2,150,000

Rooms: 12

Bedrooms: 5

Baths: 3 full, 1 half

Fireplaces: 5

Square Footage: 4,784

Lot Size: 1.03 acres

Listing Agent: Judith Boland, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage-Concord, 978-369-1000

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