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Studio/1 Bath House for Rent $2720

221 Massachusetts Ave

Boston, MA 02115
$2,720/mo

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Looking to live In Massachusetts? Whether you're looking to live or vacation in Massachusetts, you will find the information below to be of great value. We will cover the best places to live and vacation as well as features to expect from each type of accommodation in each location. We'll begin with places to live. The focus will be on the Boston area since it has so much to offer in the way of job opportunities, attractions and overall atmosphere.

The first thing you need to know is that Boston is a young city. If you're young, great, you will fit right in. If you're not so young, you can still use this to your advantage. For example, if you have experience in a certain industry, an employer is more likely to hire you over a kid. You're also likely to get promoted quickly because you will have the experience to take on a leadership role. A great way to further play this is to look for apartments for rent in Boston. By renting an apartment, you will save a lot of money. For the best prices, look on Commonwealth Avenue. This is a high-quality area because of Boston College and Boston University. Since there are many kids in the area, landlords are looking for volume more than anything else. As long as you can deal with an action-based atmosphere, you can save a ton of money by living here. You will also be able to walk to many attractions, restaurants and shops. For example, Fenway Park and Copley Square will be easily accessible.

If you would prefer to rent a condo, look at condos on Brookline Avenue. The condos here are a little more expensive, but they also offer more space, modern designs and city views. Once again, you can walk to everything you need. Amenities are likely to include granite countertops and cherry cabinets in the kitchen, a washer/dryer and a lot of natural light. You're also likely to have access to a fitness center, lounge and extra storage.

The best houses for rent in the Boston area can be found in Chelsea. This puts you near the city yet not too close. For fair prices, you can find yourself living on the waterfront and living next to a park. Features for your rented home are likely to include a spacious living room, an island kitchen and an outdoor pool.

If you're just looking to vacation in Massachusetts, then look at Lake House rentals on Big Alum Lake. The best thing about Big Alum Lake is that it's only 40 minutes from Boston yet it feels like it's 5 hours away. You can rent a cabin on the lake that overlooks Mount Dan. Better yet, you will have access to fishing, boating, water skiing and kayaking. In many cases, there will also be a fire put outside to enjoy. Nearby attractions include a petting zoo and a microbrewery. Lake House rentals here are perfect for families, romantic couples and individuals who need to unwind.

While Lake House rentals are ideal, cabin rentals away from the lake should also be considered. You can find cabin rentals in the Berkshires that will take your breath away. This is especially the case in the fall when these rolling hills offer many different colors and seem like they never end. Another great idea is to look for cabin rentals in Cape Cod. If you choose this option, be sure to visit in the summer. No beach on the east coast is more beautiful or relaxing. Regardless of where you choose to rent a cabin in Massachusetts, you will find that these cabins are often more modern than cabin rentals in other states. Massachusetts has a reputation for focusing on quality, which is a benefit for you.