A 5000 sq feet English style stucco, ivy clad manor house in historic Concord, dating back to the 1940s.
The interiors are an eclectic fusion of mid century and traditional English with a twist of Asia. Some south American/Hispanic influence too. There are 6 bedrooms and the master bedrooms is wood paneled and has a claw foot tub looking over the forest. The ground floor has a deep red cocktail library with an open wood fire and a wood paneled living room with an open fire too. The original dining room with navy blue velvet wallpaper has a mixture of an 18th century dining table and gold Knoll Platner dining chairs. The kitchen is tall ceilinged, bright light with forest view.
The exterior is very reminiscent of roaring parties from the 20s. The house backs onto a forest with exquisite view from most windows and has a Tuscan style plaster plunge pool flanked by a formal English garden.