Elm Street, Concord, MA is a kind of gateway into one of the most beautiful towns in America that showcases the beautiful antique homes that give Concord its unmatched character, appeal, warmth and historic charm.
If you are a doctor, professional with a Boston office, or hospital employee, working at Emerson Hospital, you may not need a car to commute to work since you're only about 1 or 2 miles from the hospital and the MBTA train to Boston.
If you enjoy the simplicity of a stroll, or jog, there are incredible trails in the woods to Egg Rock, for example, at Nashawtuc Hill, which is located at the confluence of the Concord, Sudbury and Assabet rivers - a serene and contemplative place to rest before you jog back home. Not too many people know where the entrance to the trail is.
If you enjoy the simplicity of walking to the center of town and dining on the historic porch of the Colonial Inn on a summer evening surrounded by flowers and beautiful plantings you will love Concord.
If you have an appreciation for a newly renovated town library, with archived original works by Thoreau, Alcott, Emerson or Hawthorne, you will love Concord.
If you are enthralled with the idea of getting up at 4:30am on April 19th for a pancake breakfast and re-enactment of the historic battle at The Old North Bridge, you will love Concord.
If you appreciate literature based curriculum of one of the highest levels, a strong sense of community, town parades, 10k races, picnics.........and a 375th weekend birthday party coming up on September 11th, you will love Concord.
There is so much more.