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126 Apartments for rent in Pinehurst, MA

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Last updated October 21 at 3:17pm UTC
Results within 1 miles of Pinehurst, MA
Results within 5 miles of Pinehurst, MA
Alexan 3 North
71 Boston Road
Lowell, MA
Updated October 21 at 1:14pm UTC
Studio
$1,770
1 Bedroom
$1,980
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
Courtyard at Westgate
107 Westgate Drive
Burlington, MA
Updated October 18 at 12:27am UTC
Studio
$2,250
1 Bedroom
$1,750
2 Bedrooms
$1,950
Westgate
20 Westgate Drive
Woburn, MA
Updated June 29 at 1:52am UTC
Studio
$1,550
1 Bedroom
$1,550
2 Bedrooms
$1,900
Battle Green
42 Worthen Road
Lexington, MA
Updated June 29 at 1:51am UTC
1 Bedroom
$2,100
2 Bedrooms
$2,600
38 Burlington Ave
North Wilmington
Wilmington, MA
Updated October 21 at 2:44am UTC
2 Bedrooms
$2,550
City Guide
Pinehurst
Moving to Pinehurst

The possibility of a white picket fence with plenty of space makes looking for housing to rent in Pinehurst alluring. Rental prices are significantly higher in this part of Billerica. Shops and theaters don't line the avenues, instead you'll find an abundance of shade from the tree-lined streets. The search for rental homes should be fruitful, and with low vacancy rates you'll find that many are up for grabs. You can expect to find more value in the single-family homes in Pinehurst than you would in the apartments just outside of the city limits.

It comes down to preference and budget. Small, medium, and large houses for rent are plentiful and often include a spacious yard and garage. There are no proper subdivisions and properties are scattered through surrounding blocks. If you're on the lookout for spacious abodes, however, this is a great place to find them. Homes here were built predominantly in the 1940s through the 1970s and there are all kinds of styles to match individual tastes. Many homes offer three to four bedrooms and square footage to write home about.

Simply do your research by taking a drive around the vicinity and phone the folks responsible for that nifty yard sign, signaling a vacancy.

Landlords ask that you pay a security deposit and first month's rent upfront. Also handy, is a copy of a recent pay stub to prove you make enough to keep up your end of the bargain. A co-signer is usually allowed, under the same stipulations. References are also important to prove you didn't leave your last joint in disarray. Some listings are all bills paid, so keep an eye out.

Make sure to note the state of the rental upon viewing. Any nicks, scratches, or carpet stains should be listed so that you're not held responsible for damage that you didn't create. Most landlords provide a checklist, but if not, make certain to prepare your own and take photos to accompany it, if necessary. Have the landlord sign and date it, and you'll rest easy knowing that security deposit will be yours once again, should you decide to move.

Pinehurst Neighborhoods

There are no neighborhoods to note, as Pinehurst is a small neighborhood itself just within Billerica city limits. Simply take your search to the streets and seek the advice of a trusted agent if you need help finding homes to rent in this corner of the nation.

Pinehurst is a very safe community and residents can keep calm knowing that the crime rate is nearly half the state's average.

Living in Pinehurst

Living in Pinehurst provides respite from the masses while allowing for excitement, just so long as you have transportation. Many folks here own a car, or two if you have a family, and find it helps get around town and its surrounding areas. For public transit routes, look to the Lowell Regional Transit Authority that operates bus lines in town and nearby places at a fairly reliable pace.

Boston Road will grant you access to the worthy food joints in the area. The Emerald Rose is a bar with Irish pub fare and a decent beer selection. The kind barkeeps will serve you a concoction known as the Black Cherry if you're lucky (Guinness over Sam Adams Cherry Wheat), and the regulars will make you feel comfortable in no time. The Pongal serves up killer Tikka Masala and other Indian fare nearby, and Jade Pacific offers exquisite Chinese cuisine in a shabby yet alluring establishment with budget lunch specials, and one of the best Mai Tai's around.

If looking for a little upkeep, get your hair pampered in town at Hair By Terri or Scott's Barber Shop. Both are local favorites, and that's important, as no one want's to be subjected to a bad hair day.

For take-home libation, Beer, Wine and More has what you'll need. With an extensive selection of beer and wine, a friendly staff, and a location right around the block, it's almost too easy to stock that home bar.

The outdoors is represented well in Pinehurst. Ackerson Playground, Bicknell Town Forest, and Nutting Lake offer beautiful hiking trails, outdoor recreation, and a waterside haven, respectively, so that residents can take advantage of those bright, sun-addled days.

The city of Billerica also has a bit more to offer folks. Griggs Farm, a farmers market where you can purchase fresh produce, herbs, and plants is up the road. Augusta Market is a local gem for fried chicken connoisseurs, while Stromboli's offers great pizza and Italian inspired options to townies. The Market Basket is the local grocery store, where deals are plentiful each and every day of the week. The West Side Caf̩ and Bakery of Billerica allows for retreat that comes standard while you sip a cappuccino and nosh on pastries here after a day spent running errands. If you've no time to stop for a coffee, there are many Dunkin' Doughnut shops in town; you can hit the drive through for that extra dose of sugar or caffeine.

The weather in Pinehurst can be bone-chilling cold from December through February and humid and hot in July, so be prepared with a wardrobe of your best snow gear and shorts. Other months are quite temperate, offering respite from the extremes and a taste of four season living.

For those that suffer a bit of wanderlust, Boston is a quick jaunt down the highway. Take in a bit of culture and work the scene. Restaurants such as Island Creek Oyster Bar, Blue Nile Ethiopian, and Jazz club Wally's Caf̩, have just what you'll need for a weekend away from the suburbs.

Other neighborhoods worth exploring while you live close-by are Burlington, Lowell, Chelmsford, Bedford, and Wilmington. All offer shopping, dining and recreation close to home.

Now that you're a Massachusetts resident, take heed the 3rd Monday in April. It's Patriot's Day and you ought to get the day off of work while residing in state.