We built a 2,800 square foot house on a 1/2 acre lot that was formerly occupied by the Caesar Robbins house, the home of the first freed slave to live in Concord. The historic house will be moved to Monument Street where it will be preserved and transformed into a learning center operated by the The Robbins House.
Neighborhood: Bedford Street (Alcott school district)
Layout: 4 Bedrooms with 2.5 Baths, formal living room, dining room, family room adjoining large kitchen, 2-car garage with screened porch
Green Features: 2″ x 6″ Construction, 12″ thick walls with foam insulation, Energy Star appliances, insulated Low E windows, high-efficiency heating and air conditioning, and will consume 60% less energy than a similarly built house and with the addition of solar panels on the back of the roof, can be a “net zero energy house.
Completion Date: Fall 2011