Concord, the state capital city for NH is located in Merrimack County. Conveniently located at the intersection of interstates 89 and 93, Concord is bordered by Hooksett, Bow, Pembrook and Boscowen. Concord has a population of about 43,000 people.
The Concord real estate market is currently strong and has been consistently increasing over that past few years. Concord's housing market is primarily single family and Multi family homes.
The estimated median house price in Concord over the last 6 months is $236,000
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Concord's public schools are within the Concord School District, except for schools in the Penacook area of the city, which are within the Merrimack Valley School District, a district which also includes several towns north of Concord.
The public high school in the Concord School District is Concord High School.
The public middle school in the Concord School District is Rundlett Middle School.
Concord School District's elementary schools underwent a major re-configuration in 2012, with three newly constructed schools opening and replacing six previous schools.
Kimball School and Walker School were replaced by Christa McAuliffe School on the Kimball School site,.
Conant School (and Rumford School, which closed a year earlier) were replaced by Abbot-Downing School at the Conant site.
Eastman and Dame schools were replaced by Mill Brook School, serving kindergarten through grade two, located next to Broken Ground Elementary School, serving grades three to five.
Beaver Meadow School, the remaining elementary school, was unaffected by the changes.
Concord schools in the Merrimack Valley School District include Merrimack Valley High School and Merrimack Valley Middle School, which are adjacent to each other and to Rolfe Park in Penacook village, and Penacook Elementary School, just south of the village.
Concord is also served by two parochial schools, Bishop Brady High School and Saint John Regional School.
Other area schools include Concord Christian Academy, Parker Academy, Trinity Christian School, Shaker Road School, and St. Paul's School.
Concord is home to several higher ed schools, NHTI, Concord's Community College, Granite State College, the University of New Hampshire School of Law
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