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3 Apartments for rent in North Amherst, MA

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Last updated December 15 at 7:04pm UTC
Results within 5 miles of North Amherst, MA
Sugarloaf Estates
28 River Rd
South Deerfield, MA
Updated December 11 at 4:10pm UTC
1 Bedroom
2 Bedrooms
City Guide
North Amherst
Moving to North Amherst

Because North Amherst is located just minutes from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, it offers a multitude of options for anyone looking for rental apartments or town homes for rent. Given that it is considered a college town, experts believe that the best time to move to North Amherst is at the end of the spring semester in late May or early June. With college students home for the summer and professors leaving for vacations, there is an abundance of available rental houses in North Amherst.

Neighborhoods in North Amherst

Considered by many to be one of the most pristine examples of early New England colonial life, North Amherst is a history lover's dream location. Many of the Victorian era homes were built in the late 1700s and have been beautifully renovated in the modern era. In addition to older homes, North Amherst has a growing number of residential communities specializing in new development. Here's a quick look at some of the most popular neighborhoods in North Amherst.

East Pleasant Street: If beautiful homes and friendly neighbors are on your wish list, East Pleasant Street is calling your name. This neighborhood couldn't be more aptly named. Comprised of mainly single family homes, houses in this historical neighborhood are typically three to four bedrooms with 1.5 to 2 bathrooms.

Pioneer Valley: Pioneer Valley is a co-housing community where each resident owns their own home and the property is managed by every homeowner. A co-housing community is not for everyone, but there is an abundance of apartments for rent in the neighborhood.

Cushman Village: Many of the homes in Cushman Village belong to the North Amherst Historical Society. As a small community within North Amherst, Cushman Village is like a private oasis with its own stores and gas stations.

Living in North Amherst

Small-town New England charm is the name of the game in North Amherst. Friendly shop owners greet residents as they walk the historical main street lined with mature oak trees that bloom in the spring and spread leaves in the fall. If history is your passion, you cannot go wrong spending time in North Amherst. Places like the Emily Dickinson House, the Natural History Museum, and the Mead Art Museum appear to be on every street. Outdoor adventurers will be drawn to the Metacomet Monadnock Trail for great hiking, excellent scenery, and even better mountain biking. Even though it isn't a sprawling metropolis, you'll never be bored in North Amherst.