22-24 Lowell Street

  • 24 Lowell Entry
  • 24 Lowell Living
  • 24 Lowell Kitchen
  • 24 Lowell Guest Bath
  • 24 Lowell Guest Bath
  • 24 Lowell Patio
  • 22 Lowell Kitchen
  • 22 Lowell Living
  • 22 Lowell Powder Room
Building & History

The two-residence Lowell Street project, nestled among grand houses only one-half mile from Harvard Square, illustrates the rich history of the Half Crown/Marsh Neighborhood Conservation District. The more formal townhome is located in the original four square Mansard designed in 1871 by David Fuller; the other condo-townhome is created from the workshop constructed in 1958 for the Waltham Watch Factory. Both fully restored homes are notable not just for their period architecture and ideal setting, but also for their light-filled open spaces that are reconfigured for modern living both indoors and out. Charm and convenience abound in these historic treasures not far from where Washington made his Revolutionary War headquarters.



  • Idyllic setting on historic street near Harvard Square
  • Full renovation, including trim restoration and replicated front doors
  • Large, south facing private garden that opens off living space
  • Dedicated parking spaces for each townhome 
  • Newly reinsulated and resealed for maximum energy efficiency


  • Wide, open living spaces that invite in the outdoors
  • Custom designed kitchens and baths
  • Rift sawn white oak stained floors
  • Antique granite window wells add light to finished lower levels
  • Radiant floors

22-24 Lowell Street

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Cambridge, MA