Concord - Staten Island, NY
Concord real estate sits between some of the most travelled roads in the borough- Clove Road, Richmond Road, Targee Street, and the Staten Island Expressway. Concord was originally named Dutch Farms, but later took after the name of a city in Massachusetts. In the early 19th century, it was home to a large German population, but it is now very ethnically diverse. The headquarters for the Staten Island Advance newspaper is located in this community. Education in this area includes P.S 57, the combined P.S.48/I.S. 71 and Concord High School. A great point about Concord is that it is small in area but bordered on all sides by other heavily populated areas, such as South Beach, Rosebank, Grasmere, and Dongan Hills. Public transportation running through Concord includes the local S53, S74, S76, and S93 buses, as well as the X10, X14, and X15 express buses. Search Concord real estate listings directly below or keep reading about the community.
Concord Homes for Sale
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- $400,000 - $500,000
- $500,000 - $600,000
- $700,000 - $800,000
- $900,000 - $1,000,000
- Over $1,000,000
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More About Concord Real Estate
Concord real estate is filled with charming single-family homes and trendy townhouses. Some of the homes for sale have incredible histories that date back as far as the 1900s. Although many of the character homes in the area still boast their original charm through wood staircases and decorative archways, many of the places have been recently renovated to have trendy interiors.
It’s common to find renovated homes that have modern amenities, like stainless-steel appliances and solid countertops. Most of the townhouses in Concord have open-concept living areas that make the spaces feel large.
Homes for sale in Concord are highly-sought after by homebuyers of all kinds for their character and allure. Whether you’re on the market for a cozy single-family home or a low-maintenance condo, Concord has what you need!
Concord Community Living
Although Concord borders some of the busiest roads in the area, homes are found down quiet streets and avenues. Much of the neighborhood is filled with mature trees, making for a scenic place to live.
Many homebuyers are attracted to this area because it offers a simple commute to the city. With the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge close by, driving to the city is fairly quick. Concord also has great access to public transit, including the express bus that takes you right into Brooklyn and New York City.
Concord has plenty of shopping centers within the neighborhood, which makes this a convenient place to live. There are also tons of amazing parks and recreational areas that families adore. Talk to one of our local agents to find out how you can make this incredible community your home!
Restaurants And Entertainment In Concord
2. Da Noi Downtown Si 138 Fingerboard Road Italian standards in a classic old-world setting, with white tablecloths and exposed wine racks. Read reviews here.
Grocery Stores and Supermarkets In Concord
1. Met Food 1177 Hylan Boulevard
2. C-Town Supermarket 2071 Clove Road
Parks Near Concord
1. Clove Lakes Park 1150 Clove Road Clove Lakes Park is a public and historical park. It has a rich natural history, and is a peaceful, family friendly place to play! Other communities near Clove Lakes Park include Castleton Corners, Clove Lake, Elm Park, Mariner's Harbor, Port Richmond, Sunset Hill, West Brighton, Westerleigh, Emerson Hill, and Manor Heights. For more information about park events, visit www.nycgovparks.org/parks/clove-lakes-park or call (718) 390-8000