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245 apartments for rent near Melrose, MA

Jack Flats
1000 Stone Pl
Studio
$1,940
1 Bed
$2,080
2 Bed
$2,655
9 Vine St.
Wyoming
2 Bed
$1,975
260 Tremont St
Melrose Highlands
2 Bed
$1,900
255 W Emerson St
Wyoming
3 Bed
$2,500
Results within 1 miles of Melrose, MA
The Residences at Stevens Pond
1 Founders Way
1 Bed
$1,890
2 Bed
$2,195
3 Bed
$2,515
Cliffside Commons
500 Broadway
Studio
Ask
1 Bed
$1,640
2 Bed
$1,890
Gateway at Malden Center
14 Summer St
Studio
$1,730
1 Bed
$2,155
2 Bed
$2,525
25 Coburn
Ferryway
1 Bed
$1,250
Almont St. 5 Bedrooms
Ferryway
5 Bed
$2,600
99 Florence St Apt 516
Oak Grove
1 Bed
$1,625
57 Madison Ave
Wakefield
3 Bed
$2,600
15 Webster St First Floor
Maplewood
3 Bed
$2,300
Results within 5 miles of Melrose, MA
Twenty 20
20 Child St
Studio
$2,425
1 Bed
$2,805
2 Bed
$3,690
30 Dalton
30 Dalton St
1 Bed
$3,500
2 Bed
$5,450
3 Bed
$11,500
Avalon North Station
1 Nashua St
Studio
$2,250
1 Bed
$2,645
2 Bed
$3,750
Park Lane Seaport
1 Park Ln
Studio
$2,145
1 Bed
$2,580
2 Bed
$2,890
One North of Boston
100 Heard St
Studio
Ask
1 Bed
$1,994
2 Bed
$2,625
The Towers at Longfellow
72 Staniford St
Studio
$2,325
1 Bed
$2,600
2 Bed
$3,585
Girard
600 Harrison Ave
1 Bed
$2,975
2 Bed
$3,980
3 Bed
$6,950
Highlands at Dearborn
19 Magnolia Way
1 Bed
$1,660
2 Bed
$1,855
3 Bed
$2,155
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City Guide
Melrose
Moving to Melrose

If you want to live in a grand old home, move to Melrose. About 65 percent of the city is made up of single-family homes – most of which are old and gorgeous. There are rental properties of all types in Melrose, however, so if you’re looking for an apartment or a house to rent, it could be just right for you.  Only 5 percent of the homes in Melrose are vacant, so it might be hard to find just the right thing. However, once you do, you’ll be likely to stay.

Melrose Places

Melrose is a neighborhood, but it’s also a self-sufficient community. Nearly every area is similar, but here is more information about where you can live in the city:

Mt. Hood Golf Club: If you live in the southeast corner of Melrose you’ll be near Mt. Hood Golf Club and close to the Melrose Common.

Pine Banks Park: This area, in southwest Melrose, has a lot of houses here.

Ell Pond: Right in the Northern central part of Melrose is Ell Pond. There is a huge park around the pond, and the area around it is lovely.

Living in Melrose

If you live in Melrose, you most likely live there to get into and out of Boston. Lucky for you there is a train right in and you don’t need to drive. (Even luckier because Boston traffic is terrifying.) People walk there so you can get away without a car, but you might want one, especially if you will travel long distances. You have easy flight and train options out of Boston, too.

Like most of Boston, Melrose is a great spot for history buffs. It has a real old-town feel, and people love the feelings of the old mansions. Melrose gives you quick and easy access to the excitement of Boston with the feel of a suburban town. It has a beautiful landscape and bustling town center.