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Luxury Home of the Week: A Concord farm with in-law suite, 17 horse stalls

The property also features two garages, agricultural housing, indoor and outdoor arenas, and an in-law suite.

261 Park Lane in Concord offers indoor and outdoor horseback riding arenas.

This seven-bedroom Concord contemporary isn’t for the occasional horseback rider.

Set on 10.2 grassy acres with 17 horse stalls and indoor and outdoor arenas, 261 Park Lane is for horse devotees. It abuts the Assabet River and comes with a $4,500,000 price tag. It was built in 1957 with rosewood.

Listed by Ginette Brockway of Keller Williams Realty Boston Northwest, the 4,730-square-foot main home also offers a permitted in-law suite with two bedrooms, two baths, a kitchen, and a living room. There are 5.5 baths in all in the main house, as well as a kitchen with high-end appliances, flooring with radiant heat, a living room with a fireplace and views of the river, an in-ground pool, and a detached, three-bay garage with a heated workshop and a cedar closet.


The property also comes with two two-bedroom apartments, permitted as agricultural housing, over a six-bay garage with a heated workspace. The property is currently used for boarding horses.

There are conservation restrictions on the farm portion of the property. The sale would include two parcels at 160 Adams Road.

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