Concord MA Real Estate
Neighborhood highlights: Real Estate, history, recreation and more
The first American military victory occurred at Concord's Old North Bridge. It is an easy walk from Monument Square in the town center, which is filled with interesting shops, eateries, and a friendly small town atmosphere. Beautiful historic homes populate Concord MA real estate and provide the backdrop for the quintessential New England experience.
Concord has a remarkably rich literary history: Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882), who moved to the town in 1835, quickly became its most prominent citizen. Other literaries include Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) and Henry David Thoreau (1817- 1862).
Walden Pond, a great swimming hole, the Concord River, and many historic attractions add to the richness of this beautiful town. For a fun afternoon, for little money, rent a canoe at The South Bridge Boat House along the Concord River...a great way to view Concord real estate!!!
No on-street overnight parking.