Wednesday, April 13, 2011

10 Florio Drive | Concord, Massachusetts real estate & homes - Concord, Massachusetts is a historic town in Middlesex County. The community was settled early by the English as a frontier outpost of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and was the first interior, non-tidal water town in Massachusetts. The town still retains many well-preserved colonial houses, nine of them on or near the village green and witnesses of the famous Battle of Concord. Just 20 minutes' drive from Boston, the town boasts gorgeous natural and man-made scenery, a bounty of cultural and historic attractions, and some of the best public schools in the state.
Ideally located 1 mile from Concord center and 1/2 mile from the railroad Depot, sits this well designed center hall colonial on a nice cul de sac, on almost a full acre of land. 
The private backyard offers a pretty stone patio, the perfect place to enjoy those summertime BBQs with family and friends.
As you enter the home, the charming living room or study is anchored by a beautiful fireplace, along with numerous built ins for displaying art, books or collectables. 
Perfect for entertaining, the large, sunsplashed family room also features a fireplace and built in window seats.  Opening up to the large family kitchen, this open space is perfect for entertaining, offering a nice flow for your guests.  
Cherished family memories will be created in the formal dining room which boasts crown moldings and a chair rail.
The hospitality of this home continues on the second level, which features four bedrooms and two bathrooms.  
Do you need additional space?  The third level boasts an extra large media room, office, game room or playroom, with an adjacent fifth bedroom and ensuite bath.
If you've always wanted to live in Concord, this is your opportunity!
With a population of 16,000 residents, Concord is forever etched in history, along with neighboring Lexington, as the site of the very first battle in the American Revolutionary War. 
It is a picturesque New England community of handsome residences, preserved open spaces, family-owned farms and thriving commercial centers. The town also boasts a significant literary history. Louisa May Alcott, Bronson Alcott, Emerson and Hawthorne lived in the town at one time or another.

Within walking distance of Concord Center are The Concord Museum, Orchard House, the Old Manse, the Old North Bridge, Minuteman National Historic Park, Emerson House, and Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. 

Dozens of high-style, handsome antique houses still stand as relics of this prosperous era alongside beautiful country estates. Today, this affluent community prides itself on its natural beauty, the safety of its residents and the excellence of its public school system.

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