Celebrating the Fourth of July is about more than summer, fireworks and cookouts. It’s also about celebrating the birth of our country and all the history that goes along with it. America was born in 1776 and we are featuring two great houses in Lincoln Massachusetts that have a rich history as well. Imagine if these houses could talk and the tales they could tell…
49 Bedford Road, circa 1790
History lives here, at this lovingly maintained 1790′s antique home on Bedford Hill in Lincoln Massachusetts. This 5 bedroom Colonial is conveniently located for easy access to routes 2 and 128 yet is walking distance to the library and hundreds of acres of conservation trails and fields. Charming details and built-ins plus 3 fireplaces and 2 staircases make this a special property. An antique marble statue of Pan looks out over heirloom plantings, gardens, mature trees, raspberry bushes and a babbling brook in the heart of Lincoln’s historic district.
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152 South Great Road, circa 1780
A great home for raising a family, this classic New England Colonial, sited close to South Great Road, takes full advantage of a full acre of expansive property with its beautiful flat backyard, lovingly landscaped with ornamental bushes and mature plantings. This charming antique features a front and back staircase, fireplaced dining room, 4 spacious bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, a home office and has had many updates including central air conditioning. Walk to shops, the commuter rail and Drumlin Farm. Your chance to own a piece of Lincoln’s rich history!