$1,800
Available 08/01/2019
3 Beds 1 Bath
WATERTOWN
Primary Amenities
Cats OK
Parking
Laundry
Air Conditioning
Dishwasher
Outdoor Space

Property Description

3 bedrooms
1 bathroom
living room
open kitchen
dishwasher
hardwood floors
1 parking

Watertown, a suburb of Boston, has become a popular place to live for many reasons. The town itself is made up of 6 distinct neighborhoods that each offer their own history and local attractions. Home to popular restaurants such as Branch Line, as well as a modern shopping center, there is no shortage of things to do. One of the other major positives of living in Watertown is how easy of a commute it is into the city. With easy access to highways and public transportation, the convenience of location can make commuting a lot less stressful. Whether you are looking for a suburb close to the city or a downtown to explore, Watertown is a great place to live.

Transportation Options
Mt Auburn St @ Amherst Rd Bus Stop 0.2 mi (6 min away)
Mt Auburn St @ Bates Rd E Bus Stop 0.1 mi (2 min away)
Mt Auburn St @ Franklin St Bus Stop 0.1 mi (4 min away)
Mt Auburn St @ Russell Ave Bus Stop 0.2 mi (4 min away)
Mt Auburn St @ Walnut St Bus Stop 0.1 mi (2 min away)

Nearby Places
Braille & Talking Book Library
Domino's
East Library
Library
Samuel P. Hayes Research Library

Full Amenities List

Building

  • Parking: DriveWay
  • Yard, Front Porch
  • Laundry: Basement
  • Hot Water Type: Gas

Unit

  • Cats OK
  • A/C: Central
  • Floor Type: Carpet
  • Living Room

Kitchen

  • Kitchen: Eat-In
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator

General

  • Gas Hot Water
  • Laundry in Basement
  • Yard, Front Porch Outdoor Space
  • Central Air Conditioning

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Price Comparison

This apartment is 32.74% less expensive than the average price of $2,676 for 3 bedroom apartments in Watertown. It's rare to find an apartment this far below the average rent price in Watertown. Units like this rent quickly. Contact us about this unit before it's gone!
Rental Affordability
Recommended $72,000 - $86,400 Annual Gross Income
A range of 25-30% is usually the recommended amount of household or combined gross income to spend on rent. This is also what many landlords are looking for in a prospective tenant, a group of roommates, or their cosigner(s). Remember, this is just a suggestion and does not take into account any other expenses you may have.

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