Concord’s Historic Ritchie Hill Estate Hits the Market For $1.35 Million


Ritchie Hill, an iconic southern residence, has entered the market for $1.35 million. Located at 391 Union Street South, the 4.4-acre estate is the largest property in the Concord Historic District. Built in the late 1800s, the home has been owned by the Ritchie family since 1906; in 2014, it was fully renovated to serve as a wedding and special event venue. Marketed exclusively by Charlie Williams of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty’s Charlotte office, the listing details can be viewed here.

Exquisite 19th-century details have been lovingly preserved and enhanced in this reimagined home, including the 1,900-square-foot wraparound porch and eight original fireplaces. Additional noteworthy appointments include two upstairs sleeping porches and a modern, commercial-grade kitchen.

“This estate presents a unique opportunity to own a piece of Concord history. From the classic architecture and expansive acreage to its stellar reputation as a sought-after event venue, Ritchie Hill presents endless possibilities for the discerning buyer,” said broker Charlie Williams with Premier Sotheby’s International Realty.

The grounds include two front acres sited in the historic district, while the two back acres can be developed with anything from a pool and tennis courts to additional dwellings. The home offers a private setting within walking distance of downtown Concord.

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