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concord historical logoTo recognize Concord’s rich heritage, the City of Concord has officially recognized these buildings and sites as historic landmarks.  A 1974 Preservation of Historical Landmarks ordinance is the basis for selection.

Many of the buildings listed in this section are also listed in the Walking Tour, which you can access by clicking here.

Alves House, 2190 Grant Street (on the original site of the first Concord Grammar School), built circa 1897

Barnett House, 2080 East Street, built 1912-13

Beebe House, current location 1921 Concord Avenue, built 1868

Bibber House, 2108 Grant Street, built in 1912-13

Bolla House, 2289 Bonifacio Street, built circa 1912

Concord Elementary School site, 2701 Willow Pass Road, & 2730 Salvio Street, built in 1892, expanded 1924, demolished late 1990’s

County Fire House, 2210 Willow Pass Road, Built 1939

Eddy House, current location 1800 Clayton Road, built circa 1900

Elworthy House, 2118 East Street, built 1912-13

Elworthy-Keller House, 2156 Pacheco Street, built in the 1920’s

Fernando Pacheco Adobe, 3119 Grant Street, built in 1851, a California State Historic Landmark, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Foskett & Elworthy Building, 2001 Salvio Street, built 1911-12

Francisco Galindo Home, 1721 Amador Avenue, built in 1856 (expanded from six to ten rooms in 1880), and listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Gieselhart House, 2885 Concord Blvd., built circa 1935

Ginochio-Accinelli House, 2459 Pacheco Street, built circa 1915

Ginochio-DeRosa House, current location 3800 Cowell Road, built circa 1870 (in Nortonville)

Ivey House, current location 1849 Clayton Road, built in 1870’s

Keller House, current location, 1760 Clayton Road, built 1902-03

Kelly House, 1987 Bonifacio Street, built circa 1915

Live Oak Cemetery, Deer Oak Place, opened 1863

Maltby Mansion, 3033 Bonifacio Street, built 1904

Maltby-McKinnon House, current location 2350 Pacheco Street, built circa 1895

Masonic Hall (converted to Concord Museum and Event Center), 1928 Clayton Road, built in 1927

Mount Diablo High School site, 2455 Grant Street, built in 1905, demolished late 1960’s

Neustaedter House, 2156 Grant Street, built 1906

Nunez House, current location 2334 Almond Avenue, built circa 1895

Old Cowell Fire House, 4425 Prairie Willow Court, built circa 1910

Old Fire House, current location 1982 Concord Avenue, completed 1892

Perry House, current location 1990 Concord Avenue, built 1911

Rosal Apartments, 2178 Pacheco Street, Built in the 1940’s

Saint Stephen’s Cemetery, 2701 Monument Court, opened 1904

Salvio Pacheco Adobe, 1870 Adobe Street, built in 1846, and a California State Historic Landmark

Todos Santos Plaza (a block bounded by Salvio, Grant, and Mount Diablo Streets, and Willow Pass Road). Dedicated in 1868 as a “public square.”

Webb-Soto House, 2243 Mount Diablo Street, built circa 1880