A monthly rental attached to main house with soaring ceilings, skylights, balcony, two patios on 20+ acres. There is a large main living area with windows surrounding from three sides. There is an equally large loft living area up the stairs, which overlooks the living area. Access to kitchen and laundry only when main house is not rented for additional agreed upon price. Think of this as a luxury hotel suite. Only short term, fully furnished. No requests without inquiries first.
This is Thoreau country; an entire spacious addition to rent for a single person or couple, a great yoga studio, studio space for a photographer or writer... attached to a large country home overlooking 40 of the most spectacular acres and the Sudbury River. A one mile walk into picturesque Concord Center as well as the train to Boston and Cambridge. Walking trails and bike rides abound. Less than a mile to Walden Pond, and three to the Old North Bridge. The South Bridge Boat house near-by rents canoes and provides rides on a pontoon. While so close to town, one feels like they are in the country.
The range of historic sites includes:
*Old North Bridge
*Sleepy Hollow Cemetary
Cabin Site of Henry David Thoreau
Minute Man Park
The studio/loft space available has a bathroom and living area downstairs with large factory windows and sweeping views of the river. There are two sleeping areas, one down, one upstairs.
The couch makes into a comfortable Queen bed. The ceiling is 18' high. The loft with a king bed and spacious river views, is more than 300sq feet with a deck. Air conditioning and ceiling fans. There is no kitchen. Access the kitchen would be available depending on current tenants.
. This loft and studio must be thought of like a hotel room, you must go out for food. You can leave from a separate entrance and have complete privacy. Available for monthly or longer rentals, can be used in conjunction with rental of entire estate as well.
The house is a beautiful one mile walk to the train and Starbucks in one direction, and the well know Verrill Farms and route 117 in the other with excellent freshly grown and cooked farm foods.
This is also a sought after area for people on biking trips, or who like to cross country ski or even kayak. We have a boat dock on the property if you want to bring a kayak or rent one from the Concord Boat House.
Possibly light kitchen use depending various factors at the time. Perhaps we can get a small refrigerator and toaster oven or microwave depending on length of stay.
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Другие важные подробности
This is an historic town, rich in history and land with farms and farm stands.
No smoking. We are allergic to cats, might consider a dog.
This is a beautiful soaring space with a full bath and an excellent pull out bed from Circle Furniture. as well as a comfortable bed upstairs. It is about the views and hikes and the water. No kitchen or television..separate entrance from main house with its own heating and cooling system. An easy walk to food and restaurants, the train and starbucks. (one mile)
The town of Concord requires we list this as a minimum of thirty day rental unless we are a permited B and B. We do not rent that often so this is not a problem.
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Lauren Walters is an entrepeneur- He grew up in Missouri - worked in the US Senate, lived in Concord Ma. for 25 years - chairs a few boards, Education and Technology , Consensus Building etc. - and is now the founder and ceo of 2 Degrees Food - a social impact venture based in SF He loves travel, and spending time with his wife and two sons. He collects dots of information and people, curious about everything, but new ideas, frontiers in medicine as the son of two doctors are always interesting!
We have moved to the Mill Valley area and -have two sons, Ed and Peter. They often help manage these properties so we will mention them here. Ed is working in Cambridge, having just left DC and Brookings. Peter, more recently graduated from Trinity College, was working with 2 DegreesFood in business development and is a tall ship sailor! Currently Peter is traveling the world, having been to India and sailed to South Africa, just leaving Thailand for Nepal to trek for five weeks! Ed is now mid way through HBS and helping out with east coast properties.
Karen Cadenhead is currently a sculptor and was previously a professor of Art Therapy.- She hails from Oklahoma. (she is pinch hitting with Two Degrees when needed in art and account management )
As a couple we love to travel, meet new people and explore new ideas. We would be called early adopters. We spent the first years of our married life renovating and creating spaces..love to collect architectural salvage and make it into something.
Now we are exploring innovative ways to have social impact.
While network seems a trivial term, we not only know a lot of people but love to connect them in useful ways. We have found this site an unexpected way to discover like minded people and in some cases, have become friends.