The town of Andover sits just south of the bustling city of Lawrence in northeastern Massachusetts, and like many Massachusetts towns, it was named after the English town where many of it's early settlers came from. It was founded in 1646 and currently has a population of 33,200, but there's also plenty of room for people who want to move in. The Merrimack River flows along the town's northwestern edge, and much of the area is made of forests with significant industry on the west side.
Public Schools are operated by the Andover public school district, and the town has six elementary schools, three middle schools and a high school. It's also home of the prestigious Phiilps Academy Andover. This private school has many famous alumni and was built back in 1778. It traditionally sends its graduates to Yale, but students have gone to numerous other colleges in recent years.
Renters can find many options from small studio apartments to large 3-bedroom domiciles. Apart from the many individual listings, leasers can look at complexes like Andover Place on Bullfinch Drive. This 220-unit complex offers leases that can run for 18 months, and there's every kind of apartment available depending on a person's or family's needs. Every rental has an open floor plan that will allow you to do what you want with the space, and the complex comes with a storage space open to all, a swimming pool and a fitness center that comes free with rent. They also allow pets, but breed restrictions are in place for some dogs.
Residents will also never have to worry about slow internet since Andover has the fastest internet in the United States according to Pando Networks. It's also among the top ten fastest speeds in the world at 22.41 megabits per second.
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