A signature property on beloved Monument Street, Buttrick Farm exemplifies Concord’s rural and historic identity. Encompassing 12.86+ acres of broad fields, paddocks and picturesque post and rail fences, Buttrick Farm is a classic country estate. In addition to the historic five-bedroom main house, it offers a four-bedroom guest house, a barn with eight stalls and an indoor riding arena.
A restored Georgian farmhouse, the main residence is steeped in history. It was built circa 1751 by Joseph Buttrick, whose brother Colonel John Buttrick commanded the Concord Minutemen in the Battle of the Old North Bridge. The 4,100 square-foot renovated and restored Farmhouse boasts many period details: four fireplaces, antique wide plank floors, exposed ceiling beams. The house includes five bedrooms, three full and one half-bath. Most rooms on the first floor and bedroom above captures a unique pastoral view over the fields from the Saw Mill Brook to Hutchins Farm.
The 2,697 square-foot guest cottage is also tastefully updated and perfectly sited to provide distant views down the valley. The 1920’s cottage has four bedrooms, including a first-floor master, two full and one-half baths and a two-car attached garage and a captivating sun porch, affording one of the most idyllic Concord views over open fields and conservation land.
The grand Peterson New England-style barn was added to the site in the 1890’s. It contains eight stalls, a wash stall, bath/laundry room, grain room and tack room, and a large function space. There is an abundant hayloft with storage and additional storage beneath the barn.
Enjoy a piece of history and/or build your dream house on this once in a lifetime bucolic setting. This is a rare opportunity to own a genuine part of Concord’s history.
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