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12 Apartments for rent in Westfield, MA

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10 City View Boulevard
10 City View Boulevard
Westfield, MA | Bush Hill
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
1057 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 02:04 PM
Remodeled and ready for occupancy. Peaceful quiet living in this Single Family home for Rent near Westfield State University, Noble Hospital and a short walk across the street to the back entrance to Stanley Park. Stones throw to the Little River.
Results within 5 miles of Westfield
1 Unit Available
1492 Westfield St.
1492 Westfield Street
West Springfield Town, MA | Mittineague
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1100 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 02:04 PM
ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS 2 BEDROOM COMPLETELY UPDATED 2ND FLOOR! Available immediately....Beautiful new granite kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Gorgeous new cabinets. Beautiful new flooring throughout.
1 Unit Available
41 Angeline St
41 Angeline Street
West Springfield Town, MA | Mittineague
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
SINGLE FAMILY 3BR !!!! - This beautiful home is located in a great town, and neighborhood. Near schools and parks. Offers a home owner experience for any resident! This property has three bedrooms, and one bath. Appliances included.
1 Unit Available
15-A South Park
15 A
Agawam Town, MA | Suffield Corner
5 Bedrooms
$2,250
2125 sqft
Last updated May 4 at 10:36 AM
Fabulous 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath rental available. Easy access to Rt.91, gas burning fireplace, gourmet kitchen. Small pets will be considered, smoking not allowed.
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20 Units Available
Bigelow Commons
55 Main St
Thompsonville, CT | Thompsonville
Studio
$1,170
515 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,250
763 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 28 at 12:17 PM
Vintage apartments with large windows and spacious layouts. Lots of amenities, including a racquetball court, indoor swimming pool and sauna. Easy access to I-91. Near Enfield Plaza for convenient shopping.
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2 Units Available
Beacon Square
1892 Memorial Dr
Chicopee, MA | Fairview
Studio
$1,080
320 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 02:13 PM
Enjoy our spacious efficiencies which feature an amazing walk-in closet with plenty of room for storage, a full bath with accent mirrors, and a separate galley-style kitchen.
1 Unit Available
35 Narragansett Street - 5005-2
35 Narragansett Street
Springfield, MA | Liberty Heights
3 Bedrooms
$1,225
1200 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:45 PM
This newly renovated 3 Bed 1 Bath unit is less than a half-mile from Baystate, Mercy, and Shriners Hospital.
1 Unit Available
151 Chestnut St
151 Chestnut Street
Springfield, MA | Metro Center
1 Bedroom
$1,212
606 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
151 Chestnut St - 314 Available 12/01/20 Overland Lofts - Now Leasing! - Don’t miss your chance to be the first person to live in these exposed brick lofts! Start your next adventure by calling Overland Lofts your new home.
1 Unit Available
418 Meadow St, Unit B8
418 Meadow St
Agawam Town, MA | Suffield Corner
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
960 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
418 Meadow St, Unit B8 Available 10/01/20 Beautiful Two Bedroom Condo - Lovely open concept 2 bedroom Condo.
1 Unit Available
31 South St
31 South Street
Thompsonville, CT | Thompsonville
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1400 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 07:04 AM
Amazing 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house. Amenities included: new kitchen appliances, updated bathroom, and washer dryer hookups. Utilities included: water. Tenants pay for electric and gas. $1,200/month rent. $1,200 security deposit required.
1 Unit Available
81 Prospect Street
81 Prospect Street
Thompsonville, CT | Thompsonville
2 Bedrooms
$900
1200 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 07:04 AM
Spacious 2 bedroom with large living room, dining area on the third floor. This house is located on a quiet street. Newly painted walls, new wood floor, new kitchen counter top and cabinets. Washer and dryer hookups.
1 Unit Available
354, Hampden, St.
354 Hampden Street
Holyoke, MA | Downtown Holyoke
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 08:37 AM
Well maintained 9 Unit brick apartment building of 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. 4 floors walkup in Holyoke downtown residential district. Security cameras.
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City Guide

Westfield
Westfield, MA

Welcome to Westfield, where lively downtown neighborhoods turn to small-town 'burbs, then to open rural communities, then to wilderness not seen since the first settlers arrived in New England. Talk about a mixed bag. Well, stay with us now, because this guide will break it all down for you, from rental prices and amenities to the best local's tips on living in Westfield, Ma.

Located on the edge of the Northeast megalopolis and the hill-towns to the west, this little city gets the best of both worlds. There are conservation areas and state parks, amazing golf courses, and miles of hiking trails and greenbelts. In fact, the Metacomet-Monadnock Trail passes through here, and continues over 114 miles all the way down to southern New Hampshire. If you don't feel like hiking up the ridge, then take a stroll along riverside greenbelt trails, which meander past waterfalls, through parks, and around golf courses. For even less walking, take your kayak! When you're not up for a hard day's work on the trail, the river, or the golf course, there's also a great downtown scene, with a line of bars, shops, and restaurants to hop around on Elm Street.

Thanks to the fire of 1952, and the resulting building requirements, there are only four buildings that exceed four stories in the city of Westfield. That means no matter where you rent, you’re bound to have a great view un-obscured by obtrusive bank towers and office buildings. Go ahead and get that rental right on Elm Street, where you can enjoy the nightlife with peaceful, scenic daytime views.

This downtown area typically has rentals for $800-$950. Just a few blocks farther, there are a number of apartment complexes with rentals below $750. Or, you could spring for more desirable areas near the Phelon campus or the scenic Stanley Park in the $1000+ range. The most expensive rentals in town run upwards of $1600, but these places are absolutely stunning, with creative interior designs, riverside balconies, waterfall views, private yards, and very, very spacious floor plans.

Dog lovers beware: there are very few dog friendly complexes in town. The Tekoa Mountain Apartments are one option, but other than that, you’ll have the best luck finding puppy-tolerant landlords if you look for a single-family house for rent. Cat lovers are welcome at most apartments, though, so all you feline friends are welcome.

Change is a good thing, but before it gets good, it can be a bit of a hot mess. And right now, downtown Westfield is a big, hot mess. With the construction of the new bridge downriver, the city is now repairing the old bridge. As the construction continues, the traffic will follow suit, and the rundown looks of things will remain that way for a little while longer. On the plus side, when it's all said and done (hopefully by 2013), Westfield will have much less traffic over the river and the downtown area renovations will give it a nice, polished look.

That's the run of things in Westfield. Good luck on the hunt for your new home!

-By Katy Comal

Westfield, MA
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Welcome to Westfield, where lively downtown neighborhoods turn to small-town 'burbs, then to open rural communities, then to wilderness not seen since the first settlers arrived in New England. Talk about a mixed bag. Well, stay with us now, because this guide will break it all down for you, from rental prices and amenities to the best local's tips on living in Westfield, Ma.

Located on the edge of the Northeast megalopolis and the hill-towns to the west, this little city gets the best of both worlds. There are conservation areas and state parks, amazing golf courses, and miles of hiking trails and greenbelts. In fact, the Metacomet-Monadnock Trail passes through here, and continues over 114 miles all the way down to southern New Hampshire. If you don't feel like hiking up the ridge, then take a stroll along riverside greenbelt trails, which meander past waterfalls, through parks, and around golf courses. For even less walking, take your kayak! When you're not up for a hard day's work on the trail, the river, or the golf course, there's also a great downtown scene, with a line of bars, shops, and restaurants to hop around on Elm Street.

Thanks to the fire of 1952, and the resulting building requirements, there are only four buildings that exceed four stories in the city of Westfield. That means no matter where you rent, you’re bound to have a great view un-obscured by obtrusive bank towers and office buildings. Go ahead and get that rental right on Elm Street, where you can enjoy the nightlife with peaceful, scenic daytime views.

This downtown area typically has rentals for $800-$950. Just a few blocks farther, there are a number of apartment complexes with rentals below $750. Or, you could spring for more desirable areas near the Phelon campus or the scenic Stanley Park in the $1000+ range. The most expensive rentals in town run upwards of $1600, but these places are absolutely stunning, with creative interior designs, riverside balconies, waterfall views, private yards, and very, very spacious floor plans.

Dog lovers beware: there are very few dog friendly complexes in town. The Tekoa Mountain Apartments are one option, but other than that, you’ll have the best luck finding puppy-tolerant landlords if you look for a single-family house for rent. Cat lovers are welcome at most apartments, though, so all you feline friends are welcome.

Change is a good thing, but before it gets good, it can be a bit of a hot mess. And right now, downtown Westfield is a big, hot mess. With the construction of the new bridge downriver, the city is now repairing the old bridge. As the construction continues, the traffic will follow suit, and the rundown looks of things will remain that way for a little while longer. On the plus side, when it's all said and done (hopefully by 2013), Westfield will have much less traffic over the river and the downtown area renovations will give it a nice, polished look.

That's the run of things in Westfield. Good luck on the hunt for your new home!

-By Katy Comal

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City Guide

Westfield
Westfield, MA

Welcome to Westfield, where lively downtown neighborhoods turn to small-town 'burbs, then to open rural communities, then to wilderness not seen since the first settlers arrived in New England. Talk about a mixed bag. Well, stay with us now, because this guide will break it all down for you, from rental prices and amenities to the best local's tips on living in Westfield, Ma.

Located on the edge of the Northeast megalopolis and the hill-towns to the west, this little city gets the best of both worlds. There are conservation areas and state parks, amazing golf courses, and miles of hiking trails and greenbelts. In fact, the Metacomet-Monadnock Trail passes through here, and continues over 114 miles all the way down to southern New Hampshire. If you don't feel like hiking up the ridge, then take a stroll along riverside greenbelt trails, which meander past waterfalls, through parks, and around golf courses. For even less walking, take your kayak! When you're not up for a hard day's work on the trail, the river, or the golf course, there's also a great downtown scene, with a line of bars, shops, and restaurants to hop around on Elm Street.

Thanks to the fire of 1952, and the resulting building requirements, there are only four buildings that exceed four stories in the city of Westfield. That means no matter where you rent, you’re bound to have a great view un-obscured by obtrusive bank towers and office buildings. Go ahead and get that rental right on Elm Street, where you can enjoy the nightlife with peaceful, scenic daytime views.

This downtown area typically has rentals for $800-$950. Just a few blocks farther, there are a number of apartment complexes with rentals below $750. Or, you could spring for more desirable areas near the Phelon campus or the scenic Stanley Park in the $1000+ range. The most expensive rentals in town run upwards of $1600, but these places are absolutely stunning, with creative interior designs, riverside balconies, waterfall views, private yards, and very, very spacious floor plans.

Dog lovers beware: there are very few dog friendly complexes in town. The Tekoa Mountain Apartments are one option, but other than that, you’ll have the best luck finding puppy-tolerant landlords if you look for a single-family house for rent. Cat lovers are welcome at most apartments, though, so all you feline friends are welcome.

Change is a good thing, but before it gets good, it can be a bit of a hot mess. And right now, downtown Westfield is a big, hot mess. With the construction of the new bridge downriver, the city is now repairing the old bridge. As the construction continues, the traffic will follow suit, and the rundown looks of things will remain that way for a little while longer. On the plus side, when it's all said and done (hopefully by 2013), Westfield will have much less traffic over the river and the downtown area renovations will give it a nice, polished look.

That's the run of things in Westfield. Good luck on the hunt for your new home!

-By Katy Comal

Westfield, MA
+

Welcome to Westfield, where lively downtown neighborhoods turn to small-town 'burbs, then to open rural communities, then to wilderness not seen since the first settlers arrived in New England. Talk about a mixed bag. Well, stay with us now, because this guide will break it all down for you, from rental prices and amenities to the best local's tips on living in Westfield, Ma.

Located on the edge of the Northeast megalopolis and the hill-towns to the west, this little city gets the best of both worlds. There are conservation areas and state parks, amazing golf courses, and miles of hiking trails and greenbelts. In fact, the Metacomet-Monadnock Trail passes through here, and continues over 114 miles all the way down to southern New Hampshire. If you don't feel like hiking up the ridge, then take a stroll along riverside greenbelt trails, which meander past waterfalls, through parks, and around golf courses. For even less walking, take your kayak! When you're not up for a hard day's work on the trail, the river, or the golf course, there's also a great downtown scene, with a line of bars, shops, and restaurants to hop around on Elm Street.

Thanks to the fire of 1952, and the resulting building requirements, there are only four buildings that exceed four stories in the city of Westfield. That means no matter where you rent, you’re bound to have a great view un-obscured by obtrusive bank towers and office buildings. Go ahead and get that rental right on Elm Street, where you can enjoy the nightlife with peaceful, scenic daytime views.

This downtown area typically has rentals for $800-$950. Just a few blocks farther, there are a number of apartment complexes with rentals below $750. Or, you could spring for more desirable areas near the Phelon campus or the scenic Stanley Park in the $1000+ range. The most expensive rentals in town run upwards of $1600, but these places are absolutely stunning, with creative interior designs, riverside balconies, waterfall views, private yards, and very, very spacious floor plans.

Dog lovers beware: there are very few dog friendly complexes in town. The Tekoa Mountain Apartments are one option, but other than that, you’ll have the best luck finding puppy-tolerant landlords if you look for a single-family house for rent. Cat lovers are welcome at most apartments, though, so all you feline friends are welcome.

Change is a good thing, but before it gets good, it can be a bit of a hot mess. And right now, downtown Westfield is a big, hot mess. With the construction of the new bridge downriver, the city is now repairing the old bridge. As the construction continues, the traffic will follow suit, and the rundown looks of things will remain that way for a little while longer. On the plus side, when it's all said and done (hopefully by 2013), Westfield will have much less traffic over the river and the downtown area renovations will give it a nice, polished look.

That's the run of things in Westfield. Good luck on the hunt for your new home!

-By Katy Comal