About This 1767 Samuel Jones House In Concord Massachusetts
This spectacular home is offered for the first time since 1949 on a generous three quarter acre lot in a Concord Center location. This Samuel Jones House c. 1767 provides exciting opportunities to bring a pure, unspoiled antique gem back to life. Tracing its roots to the dawn of Independence, this property is steeped in history.
Some of the Residents of this old house include a famed poet and journalist William Ellery Channing, friend and first biographer to Henry David Thoreau as well as Franklin Sanborn, educator and ardent abolitionist who offered safe passage to fugitive slaves along the Underground RR. Current owners have painstakingly restored the house to reflect its original roots. Handmade nails and hardware, original mill work, exposed beams, charming window seats, built-in cabinet and striking raised paneling over fireplace. Bring your creative eye…this property needs a complete renovation. Possible second dwelling exists with approvals.