North Andover, MA
Welcome to Princeton North Andover
New mixed-use development featuring 192 stunning apartment homes in the ideal North Andover neighborhood. Nestled on 13+ acres, this great location offers easy access to I-495/I-93 and Andover technology parks. Walk across the street and grab a smoothie or Thai food, or less than a quarter mile up the road grab some meat and wine at Butcher Boy Market – a local favorite. Drive 10 minutes in either direction on 125 and you’ll reach Haverhill or Andover – both with a bustling downtown food scene. Bars, restaurants, fitness, shopping – Princeton North Andover is convenient to everything you could possible want.
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At Princeton North Andover, we feel your pets are members of our extended family so we strive to make them feel right at home. Our pet-centric community welcomes cats and dogs. For each pet there is a pet rent of $75 per dog and $40 per cat. We allow two pets in total with a maximum of one dog. We do have breed restrictions and invite you to contact our leasing office to learn more!
So why should you rent an apartment in North Andover? Well, lets begin with some context! The Town of North Andover is located in Essex County in the northeastern part of Massachusetts on the banks of the Merrimack River and approximately 24 miles from Boston. North Andover is bordered by the towns of Andover, North Reading, Boxford, and Middleton and the cities of Methuen, Haverhill, and Lawrence – covering almost 27 square miles.
North Andover, a vibrant community in which to live and work or visit, offers a business-friendly environment of modern amenities while mindful of its rich history of more than 365 years. Convenient to routes I-495 and I-93, North Andover encourages business development while protecting its small town New England atmosphere with the preservation of expansive open spaces and thoughtful and safe residential neighborhoods. In fact, North Andover was selected by Money Magazine in 2003 as the “Fifth Best Community to live in on the East Coast”. With just a short drive within Essex County, there are so many things to explore, like old mansions, a humpback whale breaching, romantic bed and breakfasts, elegant dining. You can learn about the past while creating memories in the present.
North Andover is a quintessential New England town that is not only rich in history with its museums and historic places of interest but also offers over 3,000 acres of open space, farmland and farms (open to the public), with many avenues to appreciate nature – It features walking trails, ponds, a state forest and park, and hiking hills.
[hyperlink]Princeton North Andover is far and away the best place to live while enjoying everything that North Andover has to offer. With a clubhouse, pool, and gym and all that North Andover has to offer, you will always have something to do.