Five Four-Bedroom Apartments for $3,300 or Less per Month
Who said less is more...round up your roommates!
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 $3,300 or less per month—because who has thousands to drop on a rental, anyway?
Below, peruse five four-bedroom apartments for rent in Boston for $3,300 or less per month.
94 East Cottage Street, Dorchester
Rent: $3,000 per month
The street name may call to mind a quaint interior, but this fully renovated four-bed is all sophistication. From glossy hardwood floors and a stainless dishwasher, to huge bedroom bay windows, the unit is pristine and bright. For those who like to entertain, the kitchen pass-through window is perfect for passing sips and snacks to minglers in the living room. This gem is cat-friendly and only seven minutes from the Uphams Corner Commuter Rail station.
15 Taylor Street, Medford
Rent: $3,300 per month
Live out your Carrie Bradshaw fantasy in this apartment’s walk-in closet. Track lighting and plenty of windows light up an open-concept kitchen and living area, which features black Shaker cabinets, stainless appliances, and granite counters. Other assets include: freshly painted walls and polished floors, central air and air conditioning, and a sweet 10 minute stroll from Tufts.
335 Faneuil Street #2, Brighton
Rent: $3,275 per month
This lovely four-bed scores high on walkability—the Oak Square YMCA is a block over, and Chandler Pond is an amble away. Plus, the nearby 64 and 57 buses offer easy access to Cambridge or Kenmore, and a pair of Downtown Express buses can carry you to Copley. The unit itself has plenty to love, too, with tons of natural lights, a kitchen island, and two porches.
18 Hinckley Street #2, Dorchester
Rent: $3,200 per month
Though it’s not up for rent until the start of September, it’s worth taking an early look at this Dorchester abode. Inside the multi-colored double decker, the rooms are vast and light-filled. In addition to heat and hot water, in-unit laundry, assigned parking, and a back deck are all included with rent. Cats are free to roam around this endless, sunny unit, which sits just a half mile from the JFK/UMass T stop.
66 Beacon Street #2, Somerville
Rent: $3,000 per month
This recently renovated space offers a sleek eat-in kitchen with bright white cabinets, dark granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. One of the bathrooms echoes this color scheme, with a white subway-tiled walk-in shower and slate gray flooring. Tucked behind Harvard and Central Squares, this Ward Two accommodation sits a short walk from Inman Square and is available now.
Note: Although Zumper’s apartment inventory is updated in real time, these listings are not guaranteed to be available. Check in with a listing’s leasing office to confirm availability and to schedule tours.
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