Part of the fabric of Reading's local history, the Amos Parker House (c.1780) offers a charming blend of Georgian colonial elegance, antique charm, modern amenities, and suburban-Boston convenience. Lovingly cared for by its current owners for over four decades, the residence presides over a graceful half-acre corner lot close to downtown. A soaring front-entry foyer leads into four formal first-floor rooms (living room, dining room, family room, studio). Period details include wide antique wooden floors, exquisite woodwork, Rumford style fireplaces, bake ovens, and interior pocket shutters. The first floor also features a kitchen, breakfast nook / laundry area, sun porch, and pantry. Upstairs, the second floor features two full baths and three bedrooms (including a master suite with sitting room and bathroom). The third floor has two bedrooms, plus two extra rooms, all with large closets, ready for storage or other use. Must be seen!