The busiest of Boston's annual rental season is in our rearview mirror, but hunts never really end, do they? We thought, then, that we would take a look at what $3,000 a month gets you throughout Boston proper. Turns out the amount is increasingly becoming merely the starting point for apartments bigger than one bedroom and goes farthest beyond downtown Boston neighborhoods such as Back Bay, the South End and Beacon Hill (there things are getting mad-crazy). First up: a 4-BR, 1.5-BA in Roxbury at 14 Dalrymple Street. Unit 4 (pictured) is 1,300 square feet and includes a washer/dryer.
Unit 2 at 84 Marine Road in coastal Southie has coined-operated laundry in its building. It's also 1,300 square feet, though, and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Also in Southie, near Pleasure Bay, is the 3-BR, 1-BA Unit 2 at 933 East Broadway. The middle unit in a triple-decker, it's 1,100 square feet.
This townhouse-style unit at 1 Larose Place in Brighton has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and lots of new finishes. The listing does not provide the square-footage.
This is an entire single-family house up for grabs for $3,000 a month in Brighton. Forty-five Henshaw Street is 1,950 square feet; and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There's also a fenced-in yard and off-street parking for two.
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