William Wheeler built the first home on Concord's Nashawtuc Hill in 1884 and fondly named it Maru Yama Kwan, "House on the Round Hill." Thoughtfully sited and meticulously crafted as a Queen Anne Victorian featuring timeless details such as a porte-cochere, rounded turrets, wrap-around porch and a period exterior of stone, brick and shingles. The interior offers custom built-ins and seven fireplaces in quarter sawn oak, curved surrounds with custom tiled hearths. With high ceilings and large windows, the sunny first and second floors offer a choice of options for family living as do the five plus bedrooms and three full baths. Surrounding the home is an acre of landscaped grounds with rare and admired plantings. In summer, sip cocktails with friends on the porch. In winter, warm up by the fire with hot cocoa while children play on the coveted neighborhood sledding hill. A home for all seasons and just a short stroll to Concord Center and the train!