American Textile History Museum Residences
491 Dutton St
Spectacular loft-style condos in one of Lowell's historic districts are available at the Residences at the American Textile History Museum, located off the Lowell Connector, on Dutton Street. The beautiful condos feature a huge, open floor plan and massive windows on one side of the building that offer views of the city and bring in plenty of natural light. The window design incorporates nearly an entire wall of glass. The kitchen's design features custom, cherry wood cabinets. The wiring in the kitchen can accommodate under cabinet lighting. New appliances include a range, refrigerator, microwave, and dishwasher.
The living spaces have hardwood floors and twelve foot ceilings with exposed beams. Glass paned doors lead to a pantry with lots of storage and adjustable shelving. The four by six kitchen island with granite countertops offers storage on one side and seating for three on the other. French doors lead from the kitchen to a room that can accommodate a den, home office, or guest room. The entryway and long hallway leading to the living area features recessed, track lighting with decorative, pendant fixtures in the coffered ceilings.
The master bedroom has an extra large bath with a shower and tub and ceramic tile. The bath has a spacious linen closet, and the cherry wood vanity has a granite counter and double sinks. Additional storage is provided in the bedrooms and bathrooms in the loft area. New thermopane windows keep your condo comfortable during any season.
The Gazebo Cafe is located in the lobby of the museum building. The cafe serves residents of the condos, museum employees, and the public. Parking is available on-site for residents. The trolley stops in front of the building, and the commuter rail station with service to Boston is only a few steps away.