Five Three-Bedroom Apartments for Less Than $2,800 per Month
From Dorchester to Somerville.
Apartment hunting in Boston is overwhelming for a whole slew of reasons—heavy competition, pricing, and spiraling out of control on Craigslist are just a few of them. So, for your convenience, we’re highlighting a few Zumper listings with one unique characteristic. This round, it’s places asking less than $2,800 per month—because who has thousands to drop on a rental, anyway?
Below, peruse five three-bedroom apartments for rent in Boston for less than $2,800 per month.
1. 80 Erie Street #3, Dorchester
Rent: $2,600 per month
Ready for an August or September 1st move-in, this newly remodeled apartment includes a master bedroom with an attached bathroom, making it an ideal option for couples looking for their own space—and for way less than than a one-bed. Stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinets polish off the modern kitchen, and central air makes this unit a clean, cool refuge on hot summer nights.
2. 67 Brighton Avenue #2, Allston
Rent: $2,700 per month
Splitting this rent three ways makes it just $900 a month to live in the heart of Allston. Sandwiched between Paradise Rock Club and Brighton Music Hall, rooming here means never having to wonder what to do on a Saturday night. Its September 2nd move-in date allows you to avoid the bulk of the September 1st traffic, and frees up the day to reap the free-furniture benefits of Allston Christmas.
3. 19 Eastman Street #3, Dorchester
Rent: $2,500 per month
Enjoy the views of this top-floor find from its roomy red balcony. The spacious living area with in-unit laundry is just over a half-mile from JFK/UMass, making it easy to hop on the Red Line and cruise downtown or into Cambridge.
4. 79 Conwell Avenue #1, Somerville
Rent: $2,750 per month
A warm yellow kitchen anchors this cozy walk-up, just blocks from Tufts and less than 20 minutes walking to Davis Square. Hardwood flooring and bay windows grace the living room, and plenty of cabinet and closet space throughout the unit means you don’t have to purge your belongings before moving into your new home.
5. 16-22 Reedsdale Street, Allston
Rent: $2,750 per month
Cats and dogs are welcomed in this pet lover’s paradise, located just off the B Line in Packard’s Corner. It also offers a modern interior, including a kitchen that boasts stainless appliances and granite counters, plus ample cabinet storage.
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