Five One-Bedroom Apartments for $1,700 or Less per Month
Including a North End pad with a balcony.
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 $1,700 or less per month—because who has thousands to drop on a rental, anyway?
Below, peruse five one-bedroom apartments for rent in Boston for $1,700 or less per month.
1. 33 Walbridge Street #10, Allston
Rent: $1,695 per month
This feline-friendly unit teeters on the Brookline-Boston border, meaning tenants get the best of both worlds. A galley kitchen saves on space while still allowing room for a small table, and there is plenty of space to stretch out in the large, light-filled living room. A classic clawfoot tub and a periwinkle in-building laundry room make cleaning up enjoyable.
2. Park Street #B1, Brookline
Rent: $1,600 per month
Fitness junkies can rejoice in this Brookline abode. It’s situated near the foot of the famously steep Summit Ave incline, an ideal spot for an autumn morning jog. It’s also located at the edge of Griggs Park and 10 minutes outside of Coolidge Corner, for further crisp weather appreciation. The basement-level interior is a cozy retreat, with wall-to-wall carpeting covering the bedroom and living area.
3. 890 Huntington Avenue #B2, Mission Hill
Rent: $1,695 per month
Exposed brick lovers will be on cloud nine in this Mission Hill pad. Red brick peeking through in the kitchen and bedroom will let you live out your industrial-chic dreams, and a whitewashed brick wall in the living area offers the perfect background for houseplants. Cats and owners are welcome to cuddle up in this charming spot, available now.
4. W 3rd Street #1, South Boston
Rent: $1,650 per month
At the corner of W 3rd and E Street, this one-bedroom sits in the Seaport District, not far from attractions like the Lawn on D, Institute of Contemporary Art, and Harpoon Brewery. The modern interior is replete with clean lines, neutral tones, and recessed lighting—plus in-unit air conditioning. No broker fee is needed to score this sleek unit, available October or November 1st, with a lease through July 1st.
5. 340 North Street #7, North End
Rent: $1,700 per month
What is a North End coop without a balcony? This home’s petite terrace looks out onto the charming brick building-lined street below—just one block off of restaurant-rich Hanover Street. The whitewashed color scheme has a clean and breezy effect on the space, making it effortless to go about your day in these digs, available October 1st.
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