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53 apartments for rent near Reading, MA

Reading Commons
7 Archstone Cir
1 Bed
$2,020
2 Bed
$2,453
3 Bed
$3,778
183 Woburn St
Reading
1 Bed
$1,300
104 Gazebo Circle
Reading
1 Bed
$1,850
Results within 1 miles of Reading, MA
Washington Crossing
55 Cedar St
1 Bed
$2,138
2 Bed
$2,181
Regency Place
7000 Horseshoe Ln
1 Bed
$6,212
2 Bed
$4,163
3 Bed
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Results within 5 miles of Reading, MA
Berry Farms Apartments
4 Berry St
1 Bed
$1,710
2 Bed
$2,075
3 Bed
$2,325
Highlands at Dearborn
19 Magnolia Way
1 Bed
$1,595
2 Bed
$1,805
3 Bed
$2,115
The Residences at Stevens Pond
1 Founders Way
1 Bed
$1,570
2 Bed
$2,020
3 Bed
$2,595
Jack Flats
1000 Stone Pl
Studio
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1 Bed
$2,110
2 Bed
$2,680
Seven Springs Apartments
1 Seven Springs Lane
1 Bed
$1,925
2 Bed
$2,500
3 Bed
$3,100
14 North
1000 Crane Brook Way
1 Bed
$1,748
2 Bed
$2,121
3 Bed
$3,271
Avalon Oaks
1 Avalon Dr
1 Bed
$1,700
2 Bed
$2,200
3 Bed
$2,269
MarketStreet Apartments
150 King Rail Dr
1 Bed
$1,836
2 Bed
$2,818
Avalon Burlington
1 Arboretum Way
1 Bed
$1,725
2 Bed
$2,120
3 Bed
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Gateway at Malden Center
14 Summer St
Studio
$1,935
1 Bed
$2,070
2 Bed
$2,665
Eaves Burlington
1 Farms Dr
1 Bed
$1,730
2 Bed
$2,150
Cliffside Commons
500 Broadway
Studio
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1 Bed
$1,610
2 Bed
$1,950
Kimball Towers
8 Kimball Ct
Studio
$1,787
1 Bed
$2,060
2 Bed
$2,542
METRO @ Wilmington Station
10 Burlington Ave
1 Bed
$1,810
2 Bed
$2,135
Heritage at Stone Ridge
2 Littles Brook Ct
1 Bed
$2,305
2 Bed
$2,635
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City Guide
Reading
Let's Go to Reading

If you want hip yet quiet streets, Reading is right for you. You will also need a lot of money, as the community is considered one of the more expensive places to live not only in Massachusetts, but also throughout the entire country.

On the plus side, you can find a decent mix of apartment complexes and houses to rent.

Most of these buildings were built in the 1940s. They definitely have a lived-in feeling, but for the prices, they're mostly well maintained. So while you should give them a good looking over before signing a lease, you don't exactly need a magnifying glass and a fine-tooth comb to search out problems.

The Neighborhoods

There are four neighborhoods in Reading, and unlike a lot of small towns, they are pretty different from each other.

Town Center: If you want coffee shops, fancy cafes, and boutiques coupled with a reasonable rent, move here.

Main Street: This area has the most apartments in town, and you have the best chance of getting an affordable place here.

Reading Highlands: Since this area has many owner-occupied family homes and few apartments, you have to act fast.

Summer Ave: While it has the highest vacancy rate in town, the rents are out of the park.

Living in Reading

Reading is the typical amenity-rich town. It has many boutiques and cafes in which you can while away the hours, and it's 30 minutes away from Boston where you can enjoy the city. If the Reading life suits you, move here.