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Overview of Concord

An inspiration for many famous authors and one of the centers of New England culture, the city of Concord remains one of the finest communities in Massachusetts. With a historical connection to nature many hikers, fishermen, scientists, and other outdoor enthusiasts love to call Concord apartments and rentals their new home. Although the city may have its heart in the outdoors, it is also home to a thriving business community and excellent school system that attracts many Massachusetts families. With its high median household income and quaint small-town atmosphere, it's not surprising that the city has seen a 3.5 percent jump in population from 2000 to 2010, according to information from City-Data.

Living in Concord, MA

This city is steeped in American history for many reasons. It was home to the Battles of Lexington and Concord during the Revolutionary War, was home to many prominent abolitionists during the lead-up to the Civil War, and was the inspiration and home to many legendary American authors and poets. The city established itself as a literary hub during the Transcendentalist movement, as it was home to authors like Louisa May Alcott, Henry David Thoreau, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. However, the city has made great strides since then, seeing growth in the education and real estate sectors. However, what keeps people in Concord is its appreciation and history of conservancy, making it an ideal "habitat" for many nature enthusiasts. According to information from City-Data, Concord was home to more than 17,500 residents in 2010.

Concord Attractions and Special Events

One of the best ways to get in touch with the atmosphere and history of the community is to visit the Walden Pond State Reservation. Henry David Thoreau lived here, where he famously penned his book "Walden," which is accredited for jump-starting the modern nature and conservationist movement throughout the U.S. Today, the area is a part of the National Historic Register, and home to more than 2,000 types of lush New England wildlife and foliage that attract many residents and visitors annually.

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