Five Lovely Multi-Bedroom Apartments for Rent in Dorchester
From two- to four-bedrooms, these apartments feature modern renovations and convenient T access.
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. Last time, we gathered some of Somerville’s sunniest studios; this round, it’s multi-bedroom apartments for rent in Dorchester—because there are tons of sweet housing options in Boston’s largest neighborhood.
Below, peruse five lovely apartments for rent in Dorchester, including two-, three-, and four-bedrooms.
301 Hancock St. #4, Dorchester
Rent: $3,400 per month
Pale gray walls wrap around this four-bedroom apartment, complemented by hardwood flooring in the bedrooms and living room, and large hexagonal tiling in the kitchen and bathroom. Recent renovations also blessed the unit with brand new stainless appliances, white Shaker cabinets, and a sweet stacked washer-dryer.
1 Lorenzo St. #1, Dorchester
Rent: $2,800 per month
Tons of natural light, wide-planked hardwood, and patches of exposed brick make this shingle-style tri-level feel warm and welcoming. For ease of living, there’s also generous storage space, a giant kitchen island, and in-unit laundry. New tenants can move in anytime, and thanks to the feline-friendly building policy, bring their cats with them.
Melville Ave. #1, Dorchester
Rent: $2,400 per month
Just around the block from the Shawmut stop on the Red Line, this two-bedroom home is equal parts modern and classy. Dark woodwork and a brick fireplace dress up the living room, and a pair of French doors leads into the formal dining room. In the kitchen, wooden tones give way to bright white cabinets and stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and French door fridge. The bathroom sticks to clean white tones, too, with a sleek metal-legged console sink and subway tiling in the shower.
64 Stockton St., Dorchester
Rent: $2,300 per month
New kitchen appliances and soothing blue-gray walls jazz up this lovely three-bedroom, which is just over $760 per person when rent is split evenly three ways. Street parking is available for those with cars in the city, though it’s only about a 15 minute walk from the front door to the Ashmont T station.
149 Millet St. #3, Dorchester
Rent: $2,500 per month
No broker fee is needed to secure this sunny triple decker, which is in the midst of several playgrounds, gardens, parks, and, crucially, bus stops. Anyone looking to hop on the Commuter Rail’s Fairmount Line is also in luck, as the Talbot Avenue station is a three minute walk down the street.
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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