About Middlesex Historic Properties
Middlesex Meetinghouse in Billerica, Mass., the John Nesmith House and MCC's Federal Building in Lowell, Mass.
Middlesex Community College maintains three beautifully restored historic properties that provide unique indoor and outdoor spaces for receptions, meetings, retreats, luncheons and dinners. Enjoy the perfect blend of traditional elegance and impeccable service at your next corporate, community or social function. Let our experienced professional staff work with you to coordinate all the details to make your event memorable and stress-free.
The Middlesex Meetinghouse is a beautifully renovated historic venue used for college, corporate, social and community gatherings. Its white clapboard exterior has been preserved, while the interior was totally remodeled and updated. Its elegant furnishings are a mix of traditional and antique pieces. The house features a professional kitchen, meeting-rooms, two bedrooms, two parlors and a dining room, as well as spacious porches.
The John Nesmith House reflects the splendor of an era when Lowell, Massachusetts was home to some of America's first captains of industry. The house is an elegant setting for small conferences, retreats, dinners and receptions, as well as intimate weddings.
Built in 1843 for John and Harriet Nesmith, the 22-room Greek Revival/Regency mansion was a center for social
and cultural affairs in the area for decades.
The Federal Building, a handsome, historic building situated directly across from MCC's main City building, was totally renovated and restored to its original elegance. The impressive structure now houses the Lowell campus library, classrooms, a stunning visual arts room and a community Assembly Room.