Concord, TN Real Estate & Homes for Sale
Concord was founded and platted in 1854 on land owned by James M. Rodgers. Mr. Rodgers laid out 55 lots, and gave the new town the name Concord. It is believed the name was inspired by the nearby Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church, of which Rodgers was a member (“Concord” being a common name for churches at the time). He began to sell lots in 1855, but later moved to California. Shortly before he moved, he bought several large tracts of land, some which are still intact in some sections of the village.
Concord developed rapidly after the arrival of the railroad. The first dwelling in Concord, a boarding house, was built by Shadrack Callaway (First Post Master in Concord). Combining the existing river transportation with the railroad made Concord the nucleus of several communities on the north side of the river, including Campbell’s Station, Loveville and Ebenezer.
In the gorgeous area of Concord resides 27,137 people where 86% are homeowners. With an average age of 45, the residents of Concord are well established, with many growing families of all ages. Over the recent months roughly 154 homes have been sold with an average sold price of $662,598. That is an increase of $33,398 from the previous period.
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