24 Apartments for rent in Chicopee, MA with Washer-Dryers
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Welcome to the Crossroads of New England, where distinct neighborhoods and Eastern European history thrive. Chicopee is located on the Connecticut River in Hampden County, and with a population around 55,000, it’s the second largest city in the western part of the state. Easy access to Boston, New York City, or Washington, D.C. will remind you that you really are living at a crossroads, but hey, that’s no problem with an awesome rental. Let’s find you one!
The City of Chicopee was originally four villages, a geographic divide that has created distinct neighborhoods: Willimansett, Fairview, Chicopee Center, Aldenville, Chicopee Falls, or Burnett Road, any of which will be the perfect place to unpack your boxes.
There is a wide range of available apartments for rent, from newer units located in the outer neighborhoods to historically renovated and centrally located lofts. The price of rent will not vary drastically from one neighborhood to the next (average rent around $900) with the exception of three neighborhood/housing combinations:
Willimansett, located on the outer edge of the city limits, has more a suburban feel and cheap apartments. Rent a two bedroom townhouse close to highway access and green space or a sunny two bedroom in a brownstone building located in the denser area of Willimansett, either for around $700-$850.
The centrally situated apartments for rent in the Chicopee Center neighborhood, located on the Chicopee River, are old but well kept. Beautifully renovated lofts in historic factories can cost well over $1,000 per month.
The Burnett Road area can be pricier but as always it can depend on the unit. This area includes Country Club Estates and the city’s country club, so be prepared for newer construction and square footage with views. Burnett Road in addition to Williamanset will be your go-to neighborhoods for pet friendly apartments.
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Finding apartments with a washer and dryer in Chicopee offers more freedom and flexibility to your weekends. Throwing in the laundry before work or a Saturday afternoon bike ride and finishing it up later is inconvenient, if not impossible, without your own set-up.
There are a few things to keep in mind while looking for apartments with a washer and dryer in Chicopee. Ask how old the appliances are before you sign. A washer and dryer over 10-years-old may need to be serviced regularly or have an expired warranty. You should also ask the property management who services the washer and dryer. Some leases stipulate that the landlord will pay for repairs to an essential appliance like oven or refrigerator, but require the tenant to service the washer and dryer.
Finding apartments with a washer and dryer in Chicopee can go quickly, so come prepared with your bank statements, pay stubs, identification, and letters of recommendation to sign your new lease.