Request for Proposals: Renovation of Frost Farm House

Published August 29, 2007 | Town Manager | Updated November 7, 2014 | Automatically Archived on 9/27/2007

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The Town of Sudbury, through its Town Manager, is seeking proposals from qualified individuals or entities to enter into an agreement to undertake rehabilitation through repairs and renovation of the Town-owned property known as the Frost Farm House, located at 142 North Road, Sudbury, adjacent to the Frost Farm Village Condominium complex, at proposer’s own expense.

Proposals are due at the Office of the Town Counsel, 278 Old Sudbury Rd., Sudbury, on 9/26/07, at 3:00 p.m. For questions, please contact the Town Counsel’s Office at 978-639-3384.

The Town will allow the proposer to occupy the premises for proposer’s own use, in conformance with zoning. The qualified person shall possess construction knowledge and requisite skills, if his intention is to perform the work himself. The person chosen shall be responsible for the renovation, security, and continued maintenance of the house throughout the term of the Agreement. Town employees are eligible to submit proposals.

The Frost Farm House is located on a one-acre parcel of Town property off North Road, Sudbury, which is adjacent to a parcel of Town property leased, pursuant to a long term lease, utilized for the Frost Farm Senior Residential Community and public access (walking trails) to White’s Pond. The two-story house, a modified colonial, has a clapboard exterior and was built about 1850. A circular stone drive provides access and parking. The large (over 3,600 s.f.) renovated interior retains many desirable and unique features. The successful proposer must perform under the terms of its proposal not inconsistent with the use of the adjoining property as determined by the Town in its sole discretion.

To download the RFP and related Forms for this project click here.