The town of Chelmsford sits just south of Lowell in north-central Middlesex County, and both the Merrimack and Concord rivers make up part of its boundaries. The town was founded in 1655, and many of its residents played roles during the early days of the American Revolution. Lowell used to be part of Chelmsford during its early days but split off in the 1820s. Today, the town of 33,800 people is best known for Chelmsford Ginger Ale, which has been manufactured here for over a century.
There are six neighborhoods in this community, and each has its own flare. North Chelmsford is where most of the town's industry and newer developments can be found while the south has several parks and town forests. There are seven public schools in the Chelmsford school system including four elementary schools. It's easy for commuters to get up into Lowell thanks to the LRTA's three bus routes that run through the city limits, so you can see why so many call this place home.
If you're looking for a rental or lease there are many fantastic individual options to choose from, and many of the complexes and communities are great as well. A fine example is The Meadows, which is located on Brick Kiln Drive. There are three floor plans among the 180 units ranging from studio to 2-bedroom apartments. All of these cable-ready places come with furnished kitchens, carpeting and linoleum floors, and some utilities included. They're also a pet-friendly place that allows up to two cats or small dogs, and they have a package receiving service, a clubhouse where residents can relax and enjoy the company of each other, and a swimming pool during the summer. Leases can be set for any time between 3-12 months, and rates are quite competitive.
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