Concord Real Estate

Concord real estate has been settled for almost 400 years, but its population still rests at a stable, intimate 17,000 or so. Sitting proudly 20 miles west of Boston, Concord has one of the most respectable cultural histories in the United States. Concord was home to both Thoreau and his Walden Pond, and to Emerson, Hawthorne, and the Walcotts. The town has continued to capitalize on its intellectual resources profoundly, adapting itself as America's Athens as much as it did in the nineteenth century. Residents of Concord real estate tend to be those who appreciate its disproportionately high concentration of theatre groups, museums, musical organizations, and art galleries.

Town of Concord Official Site
Concord Chamber of Commerce

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