Nashawtuc Hill is one of the finest neighborhoods in Concord. The site is private with distant western views over abutting conservation land. The grounds feature spacious lawns, bluestone terraces, a sunken perennial garden, fieldstone walls, and specimen plantings and trees. The house is Colonial Revival with European influences including an Italianate entry loggia with a stone-flagged floor, stucco walls, garden beds, and a tiled garden pool. The library is copied from an 18th century Dutch ship captain’s quarters and features a vaulted wood paneled ceiling, wood paneled walls, and built-in bookcases. Built in 1926 and updated several times over the years, the house now has 6 bedrooms, 3 full and 2 half baths. There is a large basement with a billiards room and the detached two-car garage has a large second story that could be finished into an office or studio. There is potential to add a guest house on a separate lot.