Concord Manor, a fine example of 18th century Federal-style architecture listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is currently undergoing historic rehabilitation.
Located within a lovely pastoral setting on 257 acres of the northern portion of the Walker Mill Regional Park in Capitol Heights, this brick country manor home rehabilitation includes structural and material stabilization, renovation of interior spaces, and restoration of certain special areas within the house. Additionally, the reconstruction work will include upgrades to mechanical, electrical, and communication systems, and the addition of new entrances and restrooms, making the facility's first floor physically accessible to all.
the house will include an elegant array of public areas for family
events and celebrations, as well as community meetings such as book
clubs, seniors' activities, and Homeowners' Association meetings. In
response to the expressed desires of the community, spaces for public
art and cultural events are envisioned.
Installation of new
accessible parking and a pedestrian walkway will facilitate public
access and use of Concord Manor. Work to revitalize the Manor and its
surroundings is also proceeding. Restoration of several timber-framed
barns plus associated site improvements are intended to round out the