Wednesday, April 29, 2009

50 Autumn Street, Lowell, Massachusetts real estate

Lowell, Massachusetts is the fourth largest city in Massachusetts, and it's strategic location at the intersection of Routes 495, 93 and 3 provides excellent access to all points of interest, recreation and the arts in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. The commuter rail also provides an easy 40 minute ride to downtown Boston. With a plethora of museums, beautiful parks, theatres, arenas, museums, shops, cafes and schools such as Middlesex Community College and UMass Lowell, Lowell is definitely a city on the rise!

Attention First Time Buyers – The March 2009 Boston Globe Magazine Realtors’ Survey named Lowell as “Tops For Buyers Looking To Make A Profit”.

Why risk your time, money and effort with short sales and foreclosures when you can purchase a owner occupied property that is lovingly cared for, maintained, updated and priced right! Check out thisTownhome styled unit in historic Princeville close to all commuter highways and the MBTA Commuter Rail. Set in the Rogerson Schoolhouse, this home features the original wood floors, high ceilings, arched windows and more. Open concept first level is airy, full of light and flexible to accommodate your furnishings. Modern eat-in kitchen with ample cabinets and storage. Two bedrooms on the second level with arched picture window views complete the living arrangements.

Bonus: Your own enormous basement with laundry hookups and space for all your extra stuff. This unit features replacement windows, gas heating and central air-conditioning for comfort and energy efficient utility costs. You will appreciate the ample parking for two vehicles, a lovely yard plus the covered front and back entries.

The Rogerson Place Condominium is one building and three units (100% owner-occupied) in a neighborhood setting great for walking, Why deal with large complexes in busy locations! With interest rates at historic lows and the $8000 First Time Buyer Tax Credit, purchasing a home has never been more affordable.

INFO: Sold by Ed Cashwell
PRODUCED BY: Nashua Video Tours

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