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Rarely does a home offer such exceptional craftsmanship & character combined with all the functionality & flow for today's lifestyle! This "Cotswold Cottage" is a lovely 1929 expanded Tudor/Cape designed by highly regarded architect H. H. "Red" Owen. The impressive 31' x 15 family room features a beamed & vaulted ceiling and handsome wood-burning fireplace which overlooks the park-like yard & is adjacent to the enormous kitchen brimming with storage & natural light! Both the gracious formal living & dining rooms are scaled for entertaining and include rich architectural details like leaded glass windows & doors, mixed-width oak plank floors, and detailed built-ins. The cozy library offers a quiet place for time spent with a good book! The first floor bedroom & full bath is ideal for family or guests while the 3-room Master Suite is a private & quiet refuge on the 2nd floor. When spring & summer finally arrive you will marvel at the mature rhododendrons & hosta, multiple brick patios & walkways, fenced-in area for kids or pets, beautiful enclosed porch and lush lawn! Generous storage, great mudroom & lower level playroom! All walkable to schools, Main Street, Concord Hospital! This property is a true gem of the West End!!

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Listed by Kristin Sullivan of Ruedig Realty

Listing Sold by KW Lakes and Mountains Realty/Meredith
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