Abundant windows and vaulted ceilings lend to the airiness of this Concord, which hit the market for $1,199,000 on March 2 — and was snapped up nine days later.
45 The Valley Road in Concord was built in 1954 and offers 3,274 square feet spread across two levels. The family room includes a wall of windows and elaborate built-ins that flank a pair of French doors the fireplaced living room. Across the hall, an open kitchen/dining area sits on polished concrete floors and under skylights, with a built-in bench under a window providing a welcoming breakfast area. Then there’s the screened-in porch, with its floor-to-ceiling windows and a wood-paneled vaulted ceiling punctured by more skylights.
There are four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one half bathroom total in the home. Two bedrooms are on the first floor. The master suite stands out on the second floor, boasting a cathedral ceiling with contrasting wood beams, two walk-in closets, and an office. Another bedroom and a large reading nook complete that level.
The one-room finished basement has a half bath and a playroom, while the home’s 1.24 acres are populated by beautifully landscaped gardens with a plank pathway. The outdoor area was designed by Zen Associates, which counts the Museum of Fine Arts and the United Nations on its client list.
The home resides in the Conantum neighborhood, which offers residents access to common land that includes a boat launch, community gardens, conservation trails, and tennis courts.
The Zur Attias Team of The Attias Group has the listing.
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