14 Concord Greene
The large fully developed condominium complex at 14 Concord Greene extends across slightly over 25 landscaped acres. It encompasses both apartment-style condo units and many in-demand shared amenities. This well-maintained residential community sits in the far northeastern edge of the West Concord neighborhood of Concord, in Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
Originally designed as apartment complexes, the development today offers a lovely park-like setting, replete with ponds, foot bridges, and mature trees. Individual units cluster within separate two-story buildings. Some units date from 1977, and underwent renovation as condos during 1980. Today while no new construction occurs, units do become available for re-sale from time to time. (The large size of the community means property seekers can usually find homes on the marketplace here.)
The buildings at 14 Concord Greene display uniformly colored exterior vinyl siding and asphalt and fiberglass shingle roofs. They offer central forced air heating and cooling. The condo association supplies professional management services. It maintains an on-location presence to address resident requests.
The lovely landscaping provides a backdrop for several community assets. These include a large privacy fenced swimming pool and poolside area, tennis courts, a clubroom, and a garden. At least one of the ponds within the grounds contains a fountain.
Enjoy Comfortable Open Floor Plans
Condos here vary slightly in floorplan size. They frequently maintain contemporary apartment-style open floor plans extending across a single upper or lower level. Most offer vinyl flooring and wall-to-wall carpeting. Residents usually enjoy dedicated single-space carports outside.
The 14 Concord Greene condominiums offer a mixture of floorplan sizes and dimensions. Prospective property seekers can locate some one bedroom, one bath units of 921 square feet, or more. The majority of units furnish two bedroom and two baths (some of them 1,423 square feet in size).
Ground floor units here typically furnish dedicated patios, while units on the second story supply private balconies. Residents enjoy modern kitchens and dedicated laundry facilities within their homes. The condo association fees cover all exterior building maintenance and landscaping fees, as well as the maintenance of community assets. These dues also pay for many utilities, including water, sewer, garbage collection, and snow removal.
Re-sale prices for units in this condo community vary. During early 2018, some two bedroom and two bath apartments here have reportedly sold for more than $345,000. The condition, size, floorplan and location of the individual unit may impact value.
Residents of this large development enjoy many "small town" comforts. They easily reach many essential services on foot within the surrounding neighborhood of West Concord, including bus transportation. The Concord Turnpike, an important artery into the Greater Boston Metropolitan Area, passes near this location just a short distance to the east.
Today Concord supports a population of well over 17,000 people. Several schools maintain facilities within a two mile radius of this condominium complex. Youngsters attending public schools can access classrooms from Kindergarten through 12th grade without traveling outside the city.
Within Concord, residents discover shopping, dining, entertainment and employment options. This part of Massachusetts played an important role in events during the Colonial and Revolutionary War Periods; the area has become a tourist destination for history buffs. Yet today it also offers a well-developed infrastructure supporting a suburban lifestyle.