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At a Glance
River Pointe at Den Rock Park is located right off of Route 114 in Lawrence, MA. River Pointe is convenient to Merrimack College.
Why Live Here?
River Pointe at Den Rock Park is a beautifully located Lawrence, MA apartment community surrounded by 120 acres of woodland splendor. Less then 30 minutes from Boston, it is just minutes away from MA-114, I-93, and I-495 as well as the Andover T station. These cozy New England apartments are also close to Merrimack College. Your spacious and beautifully appointed apartment is complete with a full-size washer/dryer unit, central air conditioning, walk-in closet, built-in computer desk, and may even include a fireplace. Please call for an appointment today.

  • Pool
  • Package Receiving
  • On-site Management
  • Fitness Center
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Parking
  • Car wash area
  • Hiking trails
  • Jogging trails
  • Credit Card Payments Accepted
Pet Policy
Restrictions or other terms: Fee, Deposit and Pet Rent: $50 monthly rent; for puppies and kittens under 1 year old, an additional $20 monthly rent applies. (All fees, deposits and charges noted above are per pet.) Breed restrictions apply, call for details.
Garage Lot
Detached garages.
Building Information
  • Built: 2001
  • Units: 174
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: Flexible


About Lawrence, MA

For a small town, Lawrence, Massachusetts produces a wide variety of goods that end up in homes around the world. Located along the shores of the Merrimack River, Lawrence has long been known as a manufacturing mecca. Products made in Lawrence include textiles, electronics, and paper products. One of the largest mills in the world, the Wood Mill, was once the heart of production in Lawrence, and was powered solely by the water in the Merrimack River.