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Orchard House

Colonial Home of Louisa May Alcott


Louisa May Alcott set her famous novel, Little Women in this rambling New England Colonial home.
Orchard House, home of Louisa May Alcott

Orchard House, home of Louisa May Alcott, constructed in 1690-1720 and modified in the mid-1800s

Photo ©Jackie Craven
Located in Concord, Massachusetts, the Orchard House was constructed between 1690 and 1720. The Alcott family lived here during the mid-1800s, and they added some nineteenth century modifications. The house has not been altered since the Alcott's time.

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