Set on the scenic Merrimack River and the capital of New Hampshire, Concord is a spectacular place to live. Often topping lists for best places to live and work in the United States, it’s no wonder so many families, and professionals are moving to the city in recent years. A beautifully restored downtown that offers plenty in the way of restaurants & shopping, Concord continues to attract business small and large alike. It also offers a generous amount of outdoor fun, jobs, & educational institutions  read more about Concord real estate below

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$330,000 – 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,138 Sf

MLS® # 4848118

Property Name here

$330,000 – 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,138 Sf

MLS® # 4848118

Property Name here

$330,000 – 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,138 Sf

MLS® # 4848118

Property Name here

$330,000 – 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,138 Sf

MLS® # 4848118

More About Concord Real Estate

With a rich history stretching back centuries, you’ll find dozens of historical buildings built in architectural styles of centuries past. There is a wide variety of building styles in Concord, including Greek Revival and High Victorian Gothic. You’ll also find plenty of modern homes in the city as well with luxury appointments to keep up with the contemporary lifestyle.

Concord Background and History

As the state capital of New Hampshire, the city has a rich history as a part of the original 13 colonies. As early as 1725, the town was a part of the Massachusetts Bay colony known as Penacook Plantation. The city was initially settled in 1727 until it was determined in 1741 to fall under the jurisdiction of the Province of New Hampshire. After years of litigation, the city of Concord as known today was established as the capital of New Hampshire in 1808.

The city experienced its most significant industry boost through carriage making and granite quarrying after years of relying on printing to carry the economy. Around the turn of the 20th century, railroads and repair shops were scattered throughout the city, but eventually, the economy diversified. Today, the community is home to many industries including healthcare, amnufacturing, and insurance.

Concord Lifestyle

There’s a reason that people of all ages flock to the capital. With a diverse range of activities, no matter what your interest is, you should be able to find happiness here. The city enjoys a low unemployment rate along with low crime rates according to many studies. With plenty of outdoor activities just outside of the city, whether you enjoy fishing, kayaking, hiking, or simply like the smell of fresh air, you’ll feel at home here.

Concord Amenities

Concord is better known for the plethora of outdoor activities available to residents. In the Capital Region, you’ll find plenty of opportunities for skiing, wildlife viewing, hiking, canoeing, and more. In the downtown area, you’ll also find plenty of ways to entertain yourself. From the historic State House to other shops, restaurants, and theaters on the newly-reinvigorated Main Street, to historical museums and sites throughout the city, Concord is at the crossroads of business, history, and nature.

If you have any questions about Concord NH real estate, please contact Mill City Realty today.

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Listing information last updated on February 23rd, 2021 at 1:39am EST.