Concord Real Estate
Well known for its historical relevance, Concord in Middlesex County has a rich literary history as well. Concord was home to Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathanial Hawthorn and Henry David Thoreau. This significant collection of literary talent in one small town led Henry James to call Concord "the biggest little place in America." With 17,668 people from the 2010 Census and 25.9 square miles, Concord is home to one public high school, a public middle school, three local elementary schools, two private preparatory schools and two private primary schools. The town is also bordered by the towns of Lincoln, Sudbury, Wayland and Acton.
Concord is only 19 miles from Boston and 23 miles from Nashua, New Hampshire and has many worthy locations worth mentioning. Some of these being the Concord Museum, Old North Bridge, The Old Manse, Egg Rock, Ralph Waldo Emerson House, The Wayside, Orchard House, Minute Man National Historical Park, Walden Pond, Wright’s Tavern, Reuben Brown House, Concord Free Public Library, the First Parish Church, Thoreau Farm, and the West Concord Supermarket known as Mandrioli’s.
Concord Community Information
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