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45 Apartments for rent in Dover, NH

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Check out 42 verified apartments for rent in Dover, NH with rents starting as low as $1350. Some apartments for rent in Dover might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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45 Toftree Lane
45 Toftree Lane
Dover, NH
3 Bedrooms
$2,250
960 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
South Dover raised ranch in desirable neighborhood. Home offers 3 bedrooms, updated kitchen and bath, and over sized 1 car detached garage. City water, city sewer, natural gas heat. Garrison Elementary School District.
1 Unit Available
1 Monroe Street
1 Monroe Street
Dover, NH
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1462 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom updated New Englander conveniently located on a dead end street.
1 Unit Available
11 East Street
11 East St
Dover, NH
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
1100 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Hardwood Floors! Freshly painted. Fully Appliance d Kitchen including a Dishwasher. Washer and Dryer. Large spacious rooms, Large back yard. Private side porch. Walking distance to Downtown Dover. Landlord will accept a well behaved dog or cat.
1 Unit Available
10 Fourth Street
10 Fourth Street
Dover, NH
2 Bedrooms
$1,995
800 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Beautiful one & two bedroom apartments in the heart of historic downtown Dover. The two bedroom units have a master bedroom en suite & a 3/4 bath w/5' shower. The one bedroom units have one full bath.
1 Unit Available
2 Silver Street
2 Silver Street
Dover, NH
1 Bedroom
Ask
2 Bedrooms
$1,895
1000 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Enjoy a taste of history in this beautiful building located in Historic Downtown Dover - "The Corner" - Renamed to it's original pre-Revolutionary War name. This fabulous four storey building offers luxurious downtown living.
1 Unit Available
37 Fords Landing Drive
37 Fords Landing Dr
Dover, NH
2 Bedrooms
$1,975
1524 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Bright and spacious, this recently updated townhouse in the desirable Fords Landing neighborhood has 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 4 floors of living space, and an attached one car garage with extra storage.
1 Unit Available
7 Ham Street
7 Ham Street
Dover, NH
5 Bedrooms
$2,000
1350 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Large 5 bedroom, 3 level townhouse style duplex located in historic downtown Dover. Stainless steel appliances and refinished wood floors. Lot of natural light, high ceilings and original woodwork details.
1 Unit Available
13 Rogers Street
13 Rogers Street
Dover, NH
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
1000 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
BEAUTIFULLY renovated 2-bedroom duplex within walking distance to downtown Dover. Minutes away from local shops, restaurants, and all major routes.
1 Unit Available
14 Church Street
14 Church St
Dover, NH
1 Bedroom
$1,575
850 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 07:05 AM
1 Year Lease | Minimum Yearly Salary $63,000 1st floor 1 bed, 1 bath, well lit, homey apartment located on a quiet side street on the south side of downtown Dover. Private entrance.
Results within 5 miles of Dover
1 Unit Available
1 Kathleen Way
1 Kathleen Way
Strafford County, NH
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
950 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Great location situated between Durham and Newmarket! Property sits behind and shares a driveway with 257 Newmarket Road aka Rt. 108. Modern, 2 bedroom 1 1/2 bath two level end unit townhouse style rental.
1 Unit Available
50 Pine Hill Road
50 Pine Hill Road
Berwick, ME
3 Bedrooms
$1,575
1000 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Large 3 Bedroom, 1.5 bath townhouse style duplex. Eat in kitchen with lots of cabinets, counter space and dishwasher. Sun filled open concept living room, half bath downstairs and full bath upstairs.
1 Unit Available
145 Porpoise Way
145 Porpoise Way
Portsmouth, NH
3 Bedrooms
$2,475
964 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
This one-of-a-kind Atlantic Heights property is a MUST SEE! Recent renovations and details make this an inspired & unique home. Charming and modern kitchen, period wood floors and details throughout.
1 Unit Available
102 Spinnaker Way
102 Spinnaker Way
Portsmouth, NH
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1570 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Welcome to Spinnaker Point! This spacious townhouse offers 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths. Enjoy the open concept kitchen/dining & living room space with a wood burning fireplace.
1 Unit Available
101 Indigo Hill Road
101 Indigo Hill Road
Somersworth, NH
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
3275 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Apartment B is a spacious& charming apartment offering two bedrooms, full bathroom, large living area, and Kitchen with ample room for eat in space. A two story apartment style with bedrooms on the second floor, and approx.
1 Unit Available
219 Concord Way
219 Concord Way
Portsmouth, NH
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
900 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Atlantic Heights Development off Market Street - Walk to waterfront and Downtown Portsmouth. Lovely Townhouse Condo with 2 bedrooms New Carpet. Fenced back yard. Pets considered. Close to Marina and Coast Bus stop.
1 Unit Available
30 School Street
30 School Street
Berwick, ME
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
500 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Lower level 2 Bedroom, 1 full bath apartment. Bright and sunny with eat in kitchen, separate living room and bedrooms. Close to restaurants and shopping. Two off street parking spaces. Tenant pays heat, hot water and electric.
1 Unit Available
47 Pine Hill Road
47 Pine Hill Road
York County, ME
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
1152 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
2 Bedroom+ office rental house on lovely country road. Home is currently being renovated/updated with new kitchen, hardwood floors, laundry hookups, new heating system and 2 baths. 2 off street parking spaces (stacked) and large yard. No pets please.
1 Unit Available
19 Stark Street
19 Stark St
Portsmouth, NH
2 Bedrooms
$2,150
1195 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Great first floor, two bedroom apartment tucked into the North Mill Pond neighborhood. Separate living, and dining rooms with a spacious kitchen and bonus front office space.
1 Unit Available
29 Springfield Estates
29 Springfield Est
Rochester, NH
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
1233 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
Springfield Estates condo - Available for immediate move in is a large two bedroom one and half bathroom unit with an enclosed patio area.
Results within 10 miles of Dover
1 Unit Available
362 Sagamore Road
362 Sagamore Road
Rockingham County, NH
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
1925 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Year-round rental in Rye available October 1st! Beautifully renovated New Englander is within a mile to Wallis Sands, minutes to golf, and only 10 minutes to downtown Portsmouth.
1 Unit Available
140 Penhallow Street
140 Penhallow St
Portsmouth, NH
1 Bedroom
$3,950
775 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Two Story Penthouse In "The Residences at Chamfered Corner" that is available immediately. Chamfered Corner is a 4 unit newly renovated apartment building in historic downtown Portsmouth.
1 Unit Available
147 Middle Street
147 Middle St
Portsmouth, NH
1 Bedroom
$1,700
980 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Bright and sunny well maintained third-floor apartment with parking. 1 bedroom 1 bath with a bonus flex room or office space. Walk to downtown Portsmouth in minutes from your front door. Heat, water and snow removal included.
1 Unit Available
64 Austin Street
64 Austin Street
Portsmouth, NH
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1544 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
FURNISHED SHORT TERM rental available November 1st -June 30th, 2021. This 2 bedroom condo is tastefully decorated, bright and sunny with original wood beams, hardwood floors and updated kitchen.
1 Unit Available
107 Martha Terrace
107 Martha Terrace
Portsmouth, NH
3 Bedrooms
$2,495
912 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
3 Bedroom Home with Attached Garage and Breezeway. Fully Applianced Kitchen, Hardwood Flooring, Full Basement, Washer & Dryer Hook-ups, and Patio. Home is wired for a generator. Located in a Neighborhood with low traffic. (Broker Interest)

Median Rent in Dover

Last updated Feb. 2015
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Dover is $1,000, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,241.
Studio
$877
1 Bed
$1,000
2 Beds
$1,241
3+ Beds
$1,559
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How much is rent in Dover?
In Dover, the median rent is $877 for a studio, $1,000 for a 1-bedroom, $1,241 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,559 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Dover, check out our monthly Dover Rent Report.
How much is rent in Dover?
In Dover, the median rent is $877 for a studio, $1,000 for a 1-bedroom, $1,241 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,559 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Dover, check out our monthly Dover Rent Report.
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City GuideDover
"There'll be bluebirds over / The white cliffs of Dover, / Tomorrow, just you wait and see." (- Walter Kent and Nat Burton, "The White Cliffs of Dover")
"There'll be bluebirds over / The white cliffs of Dover, / Tomorrow, just you wait and see." (- Walter Kent and Nat Burton, "The White Cliffs of Dover")

With a population of just over 30,000, Dover is the largest city in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire. Known for its cool summers and snowy winters, it's also known as one of the oldest permanent settlements in the United States. It's nearly 500 years old. The city is stable and economically solvent.

Moving to Dover

Moving here isn't difficult. While some landlords will check your credit, a landlord is just as likely to rent to you on the spot if you have a couple of references from past landlords and the money for the security deposit. Try to avoid relocating in winter, as the cold and snow can make things more difficult than necessary.

What It Will Cost

Many apartments include utilities, even cable/Internet, in their pricing, so be sure to read the fine print and ask. You can get away with as low as $600 a month for a studio or a small 1 bedroom apartment. For something bigger, say 3 to 4 bedrooms, you are looking at around $2000 or more per month. Again, because utilities are often included, this many not be as high as it first appears.

Moving to Dover
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Moving here isn't difficult. While some landlords will check your credit, a landlord is just as likely to rent to you on the spot if you have a couple of references from past landlords and the money for the security deposit. Try to avoid relocating in winter, as the cold and snow can make things more difficult than necessary.

What It Will Cost

Many apartments include utilities, even cable/Internet, in their pricing, so be sure to read the fine print and ask. You can get away with as low as $600 a month for a studio or a small 1 bedroom apartment. For something bigger, say 3 to 4 bedrooms, you are looking at around $2000 or more per month. Again, because utilities are often included, this many not be as high as it first appears.

Neighborhoods

This is a nice, small and friendly community. The neighborhoods are more local designations rather than entities unto themselves. Even the income rates vary little among the various neighborhoods. The primary difference is that the older areas have fewer apartments for rent. In those areas there are houses to rent or rent to own. Look around carefully so you don't miss something good.

Sawyers: This is the least expensive area in Dover and it's full of upper middle income folks. Homes cost around $200,000 to buy and you can get a nice rental, with all bills paid, for about $850.

Cricket Branch: This is an area that attracts many college students. There is a lot to see and do within walking distance including bars, shops and parks. The average commute time for people in this neighborhood is around 20 minutes or less.

Gates Corner: This is a historic center and many of the homes here reflect that having been built prior to the 1930's and some prior to the 19th century! Everything is within easy walking distance.

City Center: This area is going to be the best bet for getting a good deal on an apartment with utilities included. There is a high vacancy rate here and that means a good deal for renters. $800 a month with all utilities included is not unusual here. This is another historic area of the city so many of the apartment might be in renovated and updated historic homes.

Cocheco: This is the area of newer construction and, oddly enough, lower rents. Apartments in the $500 range are not unusual in this neighborhood but you will have a hard time finding one. The vacancy rate is extremely low and they go incredibly fast, often within an hour of being listed. It's a nice newer neighborhood and the commute times tend to be low.

Wentworth Terrace: Wentworth Terrace is a wealthy neighborhood and filled with large homes. Most of the construction is newer with quite a few McMansions thrown in for good measure. Gates Corner is prettier but there is more cash flowing from the new money here.

Neighborhoods
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This is a nice, small and friendly community. The neighborhoods are more local designations rather than entities unto themselves. Even the income rates vary little among the various neighborhoods. The primary difference is that the older areas have fewer apartments for rent. In those areas there are houses to rent or rent to own. Look around carefully so you don't miss something good.

Sawyers: This is the least expensive area in Dover and it's full of upper middle income folks. Homes cost around $200,000 to buy and you can get a nice rental, with all bills paid, for about $850.

Cricket Branch: This is an area that attracts many college students. There is a lot to see and do within walking distance including bars, shops and parks. The average commute time for people in this neighborhood is around 20 minutes or less.

Gates Corner: This is a historic center and many of the homes here reflect that having been built prior to the 1930's and some prior to the 19th century! Everything is within easy walking distance.

City Center: This area is going to be the best bet for getting a good deal on an apartment with utilities included. There is a high vacancy rate here and that means a good deal for renters. $800 a month with all utilities included is not unusual here. This is another historic area of the city so many of the apartment might be in renovated and updated historic homes.

Cocheco: This is the area of newer construction and, oddly enough, lower rents. Apartments in the $500 range are not unusual in this neighborhood but you will have a hard time finding one. The vacancy rate is extremely low and they go incredibly fast, often within an hour of being listed. It's a nice newer neighborhood and the commute times tend to be low.

Wentworth Terrace: Wentworth Terrace is a wealthy neighborhood and filled with large homes. Most of the construction is newer with quite a few McMansions thrown in for good measure. Gates Corner is prettier but there is more cash flowing from the new money here.

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City GuideDover
"There'll be bluebirds over / The white cliffs of Dover, / Tomorrow, just you wait and see." (- Walter Kent and Nat Burton, "The White Cliffs of Dover")
"There'll be bluebirds over / The white cliffs of Dover, / Tomorrow, just you wait and see." (- Walter Kent and Nat Burton, "The White Cliffs of Dover")

With a population of just over 30,000, Dover is the largest city in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire. Known for its cool summers and snowy winters, it's also known as one of the oldest permanent settlements in the United States. It's nearly 500 years old. The city is stable and economically solvent.

Moving to Dover

Moving here isn't difficult. While some landlords will check your credit, a landlord is just as likely to rent to you on the spot if you have a couple of references from past landlords and the money for the security deposit. Try to avoid relocating in winter, as the cold and snow can make things more difficult than necessary.

What It Will Cost

Many apartments include utilities, even cable/Internet, in their pricing, so be sure to read the fine print and ask. You can get away with as low as $600 a month for a studio or a small 1 bedroom apartment. For something bigger, say 3 to 4 bedrooms, you are looking at around $2000 or more per month. Again, because utilities are often included, this many not be as high as it first appears.

Moving to Dover
+

Moving here isn't difficult. While some landlords will check your credit, a landlord is just as likely to rent to you on the spot if you have a couple of references from past landlords and the money for the security deposit. Try to avoid relocating in winter, as the cold and snow can make things more difficult than necessary.

What It Will Cost

Many apartments include utilities, even cable/Internet, in their pricing, so be sure to read the fine print and ask. You can get away with as low as $600 a month for a studio or a small 1 bedroom apartment. For something bigger, say 3 to 4 bedrooms, you are looking at around $2000 or more per month. Again, because utilities are often included, this many not be as high as it first appears.

Neighborhoods

This is a nice, small and friendly community. The neighborhoods are more local designations rather than entities unto themselves. Even the income rates vary little among the various neighborhoods. The primary difference is that the older areas have fewer apartments for rent. In those areas there are houses to rent or rent to own. Look around carefully so you don't miss something good.

Sawyers: This is the least expensive area in Dover and it's full of upper middle income folks. Homes cost around $200,000 to buy and you can get a nice rental, with all bills paid, for about $850.

Cricket Branch: This is an area that attracts many college students. There is a lot to see and do within walking distance including bars, shops and parks. The average commute time for people in this neighborhood is around 20 minutes or less.

Gates Corner: This is a historic center and many of the homes here reflect that having been built prior to the 1930's and some prior to the 19th century! Everything is within easy walking distance.

City Center: This area is going to be the best bet for getting a good deal on an apartment with utilities included. There is a high vacancy rate here and that means a good deal for renters. $800 a month with all utilities included is not unusual here. This is another historic area of the city so many of the apartment might be in renovated and updated historic homes.

Cocheco: This is the area of newer construction and, oddly enough, lower rents. Apartments in the $500 range are not unusual in this neighborhood but you will have a hard time finding one. The vacancy rate is extremely low and they go incredibly fast, often within an hour of being listed. It's a nice newer neighborhood and the commute times tend to be low.

Wentworth Terrace: Wentworth Terrace is a wealthy neighborhood and filled with large homes. Most of the construction is newer with quite a few McMansions thrown in for good measure. Gates Corner is prettier but there is more cash flowing from the new money here.

Neighborhoods
+

This is a nice, small and friendly community. The neighborhoods are more local designations rather than entities unto themselves. Even the income rates vary little among the various neighborhoods. The primary difference is that the older areas have fewer apartments for rent. In those areas there are houses to rent or rent to own. Look around carefully so you don't miss something good.

Sawyers: This is the least expensive area in Dover and it's full of upper middle income folks. Homes cost around $200,000 to buy and you can get a nice rental, with all bills paid, for about $850.

Cricket Branch: This is an area that attracts many college students. There is a lot to see and do within walking distance including bars, shops and parks. The average commute time for people in this neighborhood is around 20 minutes or less.

Gates Corner: This is a historic center and many of the homes here reflect that having been built prior to the 1930's and some prior to the 19th century! Everything is within easy walking distance.

City Center: This area is going to be the best bet for getting a good deal on an apartment with utilities included. There is a high vacancy rate here and that means a good deal for renters. $800 a month with all utilities included is not unusual here. This is another historic area of the city so many of the apartment might be in renovated and updated historic homes.

Cocheco: This is the area of newer construction and, oddly enough, lower rents. Apartments in the $500 range are not unusual in this neighborhood but you will have a hard time finding one. The vacancy rate is extremely low and they go incredibly fast, often within an hour of being listed. It's a nice newer neighborhood and the commute times tend to be low.

Wentworth Terrace: Wentworth Terrace is a wealthy neighborhood and filled with large homes. Most of the construction is newer with quite a few McMansions thrown in for good measure. Gates Corner is prettier but there is more cash flowing from the new money here.