The Upham-Walker House is a memorable house s in Concord, New Hampshire. Worked in 1831, it is the main staying Federal-style house in focal Concord. It is presently claimed by the state and utilized for uncommon capacities. The Upham-Walker House is situated on the north side of Park Street, inverse the New Hampshire State House and between the New Hampshire State Library and St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
Its fundamental exterior is five inlets wide, with a middle passageway protected by a segmented colonnade with a balustrade. The section is flanked by sidelight windows. The principle peak is completely pedimented, with a round-curve window set in a somewhat recessed round-curve board. The house shows some transitional Greek Revival highlights, including its peak front introduction.