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300 apartments for rent near Dedham, MA

Jefferson at Dedham Station
1000 Presidents Way
1 Bed
$1,767
2 Bed
$2,394
Avalon Station 250
250 Station Cir
1 Bed
$2,175
2 Bed
$2,480
3 Bed
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417 High St
Downtown Dedham
1 Bed
$1,500
37 Moreland Ave
Riverdale
2 Bed
$1,950
43 Arcadia Ave
Riverdale
2 Bed
$1,950
6 Rogers Ave
Riverdale
2 Bed
$1,950
Results within 1 miles of Dedham, MA
Gables University Station
85 University Ave
1 Bed
$1,959
2 Bed
$3,008
40 Howland St
Needham
4 Bed
$4,500
185 Grove St
Upper Washington - Spring Street
1 Bed
$1,500
5170 Washington Street
Upper Washington - Spring Street
2 Bed
$2,000
59 Desoto Road
Upper Washington - Spring Street
2 Bed
$1,800
21 Ivory St
Brook Farm
4 Bed
$2,500
234 Washington St.
2 Bed
$1,900
Results within 5 miles of Dedham, MA
Gables Arsenal Street
204 Arsenal St
1 Bed
$2,441
2 Bed
$3,356
3 Bed
$4,625
E3 Apartments
65 Brainerd Rd
Studio
$2,009
1 Bed
$2,657
2 Bed
$3,277
Woodland Station
1940 Washington St
1 Bed
$2,163
2 Bed
$2,885
3 Bed
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Rosemont Square
2 Chestnut W
1 Bed
$1,570
2 Bed
$1,675
Avalon at Chestnut Hill
160 Boylston St
Studio
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1 Bed
$2,720
2 Bed
$2,850
Watertown Mews
1 Repton Dr
Studio
Ask
1 Bed
$2,377
2 Bed
$3,414
Charlesbank Apartment Homes
120 Pleasant St
2 Bed
$2,609
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City Guide
Dedham
Moving to Dedham

Dedham contains a number of neighborhoods, each with city apartments available. So, if you're looking to rent, gather your leasing documents and your belongings, and start a hunt! There are some great neighborhoods where you might end up calling home. Be aware of which type of rental offerings interest you the most, as there are several different housing options at your disposal. Make sure to be equipped with all of the important information, particularly documentation identifying who you are, what you do, where you come from, and what's your favorite color. Well, maybe not that last item.

Dedham also includes excellent rail service for easy commuting, access to major highways, and tree lined, comfortable neighborhoods. With a solid mix of renters and owners, each of Dedham's communities are welcoming. You'll want to give yourself at least a month to look for property, as rentals are in high demand.

Neighborhoods

There are not many distinct neighborhoods in this quaint little community. Knowing that, wherever you land in Dedham is surely in close proximity to, well, everybody else in town. It's a sure-fire way to get to know your neighbors and to get immersed with the local community.

Oakdale: Located in the center of town, this area has plenty of green space,and a wide variety of two bedroom apartments and condos for rent.

Riverdale: Like the sound of running water? This community is an island surrounded by the Charles River and the water of Long Ditch.

East Dedham: Convenient to the Boston city line, this pleasant neighborhood is near the historic Mother Brook.

Living in Dedham

With over eleven parks in town, you could say every day is just a walk in the park. You certainly will have plenty of room for picnics, impromptu ball games, and showing up to support the town's Little League. Barnes Memorial Park, Condon Park and Dedham Common are the three largest, with Condon Park offering seven acres of nature, and Barnes serving up a whopping fourteen acres.

Community events are popular here. In September, you'll find the twenty-five year tradition of Dedham Days heating up Barnes Memorial Park with barbecue, crafts, games, music, and carnival rides. The community fun doesn't stop there; there's also an Annual Memorial Cow Flap, a somewhat complex game of chance where inexpensive "deeds" are sold to attendees for one of three thousand yard squares located in a field. The parks and rec department then leads a cow onto the field, and prize winners are determined by what squares she fertilizes.