Five Two-Bedroom Apartments for Less Than $1,925 per Month
Featuring fireplaces and walk-in closets.
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 $1,925 per month—because who has thousands to drop on a rental, anyway?
Below, peruse five two-bedroom apartments for rent in Boston for less than $1,925 per month.
1. 11 Embassy Road #1s, Brighton
Rent: $1,850 per month
No need to become an ambassador to live on “Embassy Row.” This Embassy Road apartment is a short stroll away from Boston College and is available at the start of September. Its pristine, symmetrical facade lives up to the grand street name, and the clean lines of the interior don’t disappoint, either.
2. 26 Rosedale Street, Dorchester
Rent: $1,795 per month
The second floor of this renovated three-floor Victorian offers a gorgeous combination of old and new. While the polished dark wood banisters and flooring are original, the kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel appliances. The modern tiled bathroom includes an alcove with drawers for all of your washroom accoutrement. The other two floors offer their own gems—a stained glass accent window on the first and a roof deck on the third—at even lower price points.
3. 126 Warren Street #15, Lower Roxbury
Rent: $1,875 per month
With smaller bedrooms and a narrow kitchen, this unit is perfect for the burgeoning minimalist. The white tile backsplash behind the gas stove in the kitchen matches the tiled bathroom walls. Plus, the entry hall holds an open closet where you can hang your hat and kick off your shoes. But the centerpiece of this apartment is the rounded living room, lined with a semicircle of windows. New renters can feel free to adopt a cat for a September 1st move-in.
4. 236 Corey Road, Brighton
Rent: $1,900 per month
Sandwiched between Comm. Ave. and Summit Ave., boarding here means having easy access to both public transportation and green space. Hop on the T to head downtown, or amble up the incline to Corey Hill Outlook and relax in a hammock and Adirondack chairs. When the temperatures start to drop, cozy up in the apartment’s oversized living room, which is anchored by a classic brick fireplace.
5. 37 Whitten Street, Dorchester
Rent: $1,900 per month
This first-floor find boasts a foyer, two walk-in closets, and a spacious kitchen. A paneled glass door and beautiful built-in china cabinet elevate the space further. Hardwood floors and matching floorboards throughout lend a warm ambiance, making it easy to feel like a home. It can be yours starting October 1st.
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