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Updated 1960s prefab home with mountain views asks $989K

A 1999 renovation brought together Deck House architecture with midcentury design

Two-story wood-framed house with U-shaped floorplan and large glass expanses.
The 1967 house was renovated in 1999 and sits on over an acre in Concord, Massachusetts.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Concord, Massachusetts

Price: $989,000

Originally built in 1967, this home on Annursnac Hill in Concord, Massachusetts, was renovated in 1999, combining a prefabricated Deck House design with midcentury and Arts and Crafts elements.

Measuring 3,738 square feet, the sprawling two-story residence is characterized by a U-shaped floorplan with a main floor featuring soaring beamed ceilings, sliding glass doors, windows everywhere, and an open layout that promotes indoor-outdoor living.

Here, a fireplace anchors the lounge off of which is a sunroom, then a dining area, then an eat-in kitchen. A master bedroom occupies the opposite wing, while the lower walkout level contains a spacious family room and three additional bedrooms for a total of four, with two full bathrooms and one half bath rounding out the house.

What’s more, the property sits on 1.43 wooded acres with views toward the woods and mountains. Located at 540 Annursnac Hill Road, it’s offered at $989,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty