As many smaller cities around the U.S. continue to grow and adopt unique characteristics, many Boston-area locales already benefit from their centuries of history. Those who are looking for a New England home for rent in a major metro area are likely to find this rich history at every turn, as well as evidence of the slow and steady maturation that these cities have experienced. In particular, residents browsing rentals in Lowell, Massachusetts, will be greeted by a city that exudes the charm of its humble beginnings and storied past, as well as a confidence in its future.
Renters in Lowell can stroll through their new community and become awestruck by the landmarks of the nation's past that stand like monuments around the city. In this way, Lowell can seem like a sort of walk-through museum. A leisurely bike ride can take those who live in Lowell rental homes past the Lowell National Historic Park, which commemorates the efforts of early immigrants in establishing a strong manufacturing industry in the city; the Worthen House Tavern, where Edgar Allen Poe is rumored to have written part of "The Raven;" the birthplace of writer Jack Kerouac; and the University of Massachusetts's Radiation Lab, where a small nuclear reactor is still kept.
Taking part in modern-day activities is just as easy. People renting homes in Lowell are typically active in the arts, particularly live performances. An armload of music venues dot the landscape surrounding Lowell homes, and a summer concert series as well as the Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra ensure that there's never a lack of shows to fill them.
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