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About the Town of Concord

Concord, MA, was incorporated in 1635. Concord’s involvement in the American Revolutionary War can’t be overstated; it’s where the “shot heard ’round the world” took place! In addition to its prominence in American history, Concord is known for its rich literary history. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry David Thoreau, and Louisa May Alcott are a few of the well-known writers who once called Concord home. This beautiful town is widely recognized for its rich history, magnificent real estate, and conservation land, perhaps most notably Walden Pond.

Where is Concord, MA?

Concord, MA, is bordered by Acton, Bedford, Carlisle, Lincoln, Maynard, and Sudbury. Concord is 16 miles south of Lowell, 19.5 miles northwest of Boston, and 38 miles northeast of Worcester.

How do you get to Concord?

The chief highway is Route 2 which connects State Route 128 and Interstate 495. There is a commuter rail stop located at 90 Thoreau Street, in Concord, MA. The train service offers straightforward access to Porter Square in Cambridge & North Station in Boston. Concord is a member of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), which provides THE RIDE, a paratransit service for the elderly and disabled.

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Who to call for Concord information

Board of Assessors | 978.318.3070

Building & Inspections | 978.318.3280

Fire Dept | 978.318.3488

Library | 978.318.3301

Police Dept | 978.318.3400

Public Works | 978.318.3206

Town Clerk | 978.318.3080

Treasurer/Collector | 978.318.3050

Going to school in Concord, MA

MLS Listings for Concord Massachusetts Real Estate

Information courtesy of the Department of Housing and Community Development and the official website of the Town of Concord. Concord Massachusetts Real Estate market data provided by IDX.

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