The MAJOR JOSEPH HOSMER HOUSE circa 1672. This home, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, is within walking distance to Historic Concord Center. At the start of the Revolutionary War, Joseph Hosmer, a PATRIOT and a COMMANDING OFFICER and the home's most famous occupant, helped lead the charge at the Battle of the North Bridge in 1775. This home is defined by 9 fireplaces, detailed period millwork, period wainscoting,rich wide board floors,beamed ceilings and raised paneling. An outstanding feature of the property is the detached two story VINTAGE BARN that has a two car garage, spacious workshop and ample loft storage, and the barn offers a possible conversion to guest quarters or home office.YARD is level,private and fenced. Lovingly updated with modern amenities, while maintaining the original character of 17th century architecture, the Joseph Hosmer House is a treasure for future generations. Many new updates in 2018. Gas furnace and electrical 2018.