Concord NH Homes & Real Estate For Sale

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About Concord, NH

Concord is New Hampshire's Capital City and is located in central New Hampshire, about an hour northwest of Manchester and about two hours northwest of Boston, Massachusetts. The city has a population of about 43,000 people and is the third largest city in New Hampshire behind Manchester and Nashua. Concord has a small-town feel with a mix of urban and rural areas.  The Greater Concord Area is located in New Hampshire’s central Merrimack Valley Region and includes the towns of Boscawen, Bow, Canterbury, Contoocook, Chichester, Hopkinton, Loudon, Pembroke, Webster, and the city of Concord, NH.

Overall, living in Concord can be a great experience for those who enjoy a small-town feel with easy access to urban amenities.

Concord has a diverse economy, with industries ranging from healthcare and education to manufacturing and retail. The city is home to home to several colleges and universities including the University of New Hampshire School of Law, New Hampshire's only law school; St. Paul's School, a private preparatory school; NHTI, a two-year community college; the New Hampshire Police Academy; and the New Hampshire Fire Academy, which contribute to a youthful and educated population.

Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy living in Concord, as the city is located in close proximity to the White Mountains, Lakes Region, and the Seacoast. There are many opportunities for hiking, skiing, fishing, and other outdoor activities.

The cost of living in Concord is generally higher than the national average, but it is lower than in some other parts of New England. The housing market in Concord is relatively stable, with a mix of single-family homes, apartments, and condos available.

Historic Downtown Concord is a gem, boasting eclectic restaurants and shops, theaters, The Hotel Concord, Capitol Center for the Arts, music and art schools and a public theater. 

Concord elementary school students attend Abbot-Downing SchoolBeaver Meadow SchoolBroken Ground SchoolChrista McAuliffe SchoolMill Brook School or Penacook Elementary SchoolConcord middle school students attend Rundlett Middle School or Merrimack Valley Middle SchoolConcord high school students attend Concord High School or Merrimack Valley High School. Concord is also home to St. Paul’s School, a 9th through 12th grade coeducational boarding school.

Browse Concord Real Estate Listings including Concord Neighborhoods, Concord Subdivisions, Concord High Schools, Concord Middle Schools, Concord Elementary Schools, Concord School Districts, Homes for Sale, Commercial Real Estate Listings, Land for Sale, Multi-family Properties, New Construction and New Homes in Concord.

Copyright 2023 Northern New England Real Estate Network, Inc. All rights reserved. This information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. The data relating to real estate displayed on this Site comes in part from the IDX Program of NEREN. The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Data last updated February 8, 2023.