Concord is a historic town in Middlesex County, 20 miles west of Boston. This picturesque community is has beautiful homes, open spaces, family-owned farms and commercial centers. The town population is around 17,700 people.
There are many preserved historical sites within the town, including Ralph Waldo Emerson House, Concord Museum, Reuben Brown House, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and more. There are a number of educational facilities and the town is very popular with families. The town center meets where the Sudbury and Assabet rivers form into the Concord River.
Concord is easily accessible to and from Boston by the MBTA commuter rail and bus.
Despite Concord’s 21.2% decrease in closings from Q2 2019 (85) to Q2 2020 (67), Concord has two $3.5M+ closings this past quarter, one of which was over $4M. To put that in perspective, in Q2 2019, the highest sale was $3,200,000, so even despite the global pandemic, the top of the market in Concord is being pushed to new heights.
55 Captain Miles Lane: Sold for $4,250,000, listed for $4,550,000 (a 7.1% discount)
291 Musterfield Road: Sold for $3,500,000, listed for $4,300,000 (a massive 22.9% discount)