The MAJOR JOSEPH HOSMER HOUSE circa 1672 beckons you. Concord the birthplace of the American Revolution 1775 awaits your discovery. In the 1750's Joseph, who was a successful CABINET MAKER as well as a FARMER in Concord, purchased the home from Obediah Wheeler . During the Revolutionary War, Joseph, a PATRIOT and a COMMANDING OFFICER, helped lead the charge at the battle of the North Bridge in 1775. Joseph's home is defined by 9 working fireplaces with detailed period millwork, period wainscoting,rich wide board floors,beamed ceilings and original raised paneling. An outstanding feature is the detached two story VINTAGE BARN that has a two car garage, spacious workshop and ample loft storage. Within walking distance to the commuter rail,the South Bridge Boat House and Concord Center. Lovingly updated with modern amenities while maintaining the original character of the 17th century.The Joseph Hosmer House is a treasure not to be missed.
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