Located on the historic "American Mile" in Concord Center, this well maintained Greek Revival home was built by Ralph Waldo Emerson himself in the mid 1800's for his sister-in-law, Lucy Jackson Brown. Overlooking Emerson's own home and the Concord Museum, the home is elegantly sited next to "Philosopher's Park", donated to the town by the Emerson family. Featuring lovely original details such as built-ins, crown moldings and fireplace mantles, the home's tall ceilings and sunny, open floor plan will meet the needs of today's buyers. In addition to four bedrooms and two and one-half baths, buyers will enjoy a detached carriage house/barn with a second floor office, as well as beautiful landscaping and gardens. Much care has been taken by the current owners to preserve and update the home and barn through the years. Just a quarter of a mile to Concord Center via sidewalk, a half mile to the Orchard House and the Old North Bridge, this historic property awaits its next lucky stewards!