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What $3,000 a Month Rents You in Boston Right Now

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'Tis been more than two months since last we checked in to see what $3,000 a month rents you in Boston. It turns out little has changed in terms of the what and the where: Generally, it looks like $3K on the nose gets an apartment or a house of some size (at least three bedrooms) in a neighborhood not called the South End, the North End, Back Bay or Beacon Hill. In fact, we're kind of surprised at the dearth of 1- and 2-BRs renting at $3K. Guess you have to got to Waltham for that. Regardless, let's kick things off with a 4-BR, 3-BA Victorian house in Hyde Park near the Milton border (its foyer is pictured above). The 3,507-square-foot 141 Beacon Street also comes with a two-car garage.

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We move on to the 5-BR, 2-BA Unit 2 at 11 Copley Street in Jamaica Plain, near the Stony Brook T stop. It's a 2,270-square-foot duplex.
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Out in Boston's Next It Neighborhood (a.k.a. Brighton) we fund Unit 2 at 153 Bigelow Street. The 4-BR, 2-BA, 4,000-square-foot duplex was recently renovated.
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In southern Southie, the attached house at 435 East 6th Street offers three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,350 square feet over three levels.
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We end with another duplex: Unit 1 at 151 Terrace Street in Mission Hill. It's a 3-BR, 2-BA.
· Brighton Rising: Boston's Next 'It Neighborhood' [Curbed Boston]
· Yoga? Bikes? Pet-Washing? $2K Studios? Must Be Waltham [Curbed Boston]
· Our Curbed Comparisons archive [Curbed Boston]