It’s Sunday and that means it’s time for the Westford Patch Home of the Week.
This week we take a look at 164 Main St., also known as the Read Farm.
Built in 1746, the Read Farm was owned for approximately 200 years by the Read family, originally used as the center of a colonial cider exporting business to England.
You can still find apples nearby, and today the property has more than two acres of land, nine fireplaces, five staircases, five bedrooms and a host of other amenities.
The home also faces south, so there’s potential for solar energy improvements of well.
The home is being listed by Barrett Sotheby's International Realty out of Concord and is on the market for $569,000.
You can see more raw data on the home on the town website parcel lookup at Parcel ID 032 0054 0000.