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The much-admired Thomas Pellet House at 5 Lexington Road, built in 1673, overlooks Wright’s Tavern and Monument Square. The Historic home has undergone numerous renovations and additions and is currently divided into four units, each with private entrances, full kitchen, bath and laundry. In total, there are nine bedrooms, four and one half baths, six fireplaces, three courtyards and off-street parking.

The main four-bedroom unit, is updated and meticulously kept. Highlights include a renovated kitchen with shaker style cherry cabinets, exposed beams, soapstone counters, and wide plank pine floors; a generous dining room and living room with built-in cabinets and wood panels. The northeast addition, originally built as a meeting hall in 1929 for the Daughter’s of the American Revolution, is now a two-bedroom unit, boasting high ceilings, and period details. There is an additional two-bedroom unit and a studio.

This in-town, Concord Center home could be the next opportunity for a family, down-sizers or an investor looking for flexible space with marked income potential.

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Abby White


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