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200 MLS Listings of Homes for Sale in Lowell, MA


Population  105,167 people.  (4th in Massachusetts.)
Official Town Website

Lowell is the fourth largest city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and its strategic location at the intersections of Routes 495, 93 and 3, provides excellent access to all points of interest in Massachusetts as well as New Hampshire and Maine. Commuter rail also provides an easy 40-minute ride to Boston's North Station.

Residents claim Lowell's National Park as this country's greatest tribute to the Industrial Revolution and the textile industry that boomed in New England in the nineteenth century. The rehabilitated mill buildings are further complemented by 2 1/2 miles of trolley and canal boat tours and several museums. The 3200-seat Lowell Auditorium hosts many of the country's best performers at affordable prices. The Merrimack Repertory theater, which is also located in downtown Lowell, is one of the few self-sustaining repertory theater groups in the northeast.

The 19th century mill buildings provide an excellent opportunity for low-cost acquisition and rehabilitation for small and large companies. The city offers many unique financial incentives to encourage new growth and development. The city's workforce is computer literate and strongly supported by the local school district, which has just completed nine new schools and five school rehabilitations. The education base also includes Middlesex Community College and University of Massachusetts at Lowell. The student population further enhances the market for retail businesses in downtown Lowell and its surrounding neighborhoods.

This planned urban community is built around the Merrimack River and its diverse canal system, which provided power to the early manufacturers. Today these water amenities add to the character of the city. Special events of the year include a folk festival which Lowell residents claim as the best in New England and which draws over 200,000 people annually, Riverfest, First Night, and Fourth of July fireworks. Residents say proudly that Lowell has something for everyone with its unmatched quality of life.

It is located in the northeastern part of Massachusetts, bordered by Dracut on the north, Tyngsborough on the northwest, Chelmsford on the southwest, and Tewksbury on the east. Lowell is 25 miles north of Boston; 45 miles north of Worcester; 100 miles south of Portland, Maine; and 229 miles from New York City.

Narrative compiled by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).

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