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Auburndale, Massachusetts, 02466
1 Bedroom$2,350 - $3,185
2 Bedrooms$3,150 - $3,750
3 Bedrooms$3,850 - $4,525
Waltham, Massachusetts, 02452
1 Bedroom$1,613 - $2,130
2 Bedrooms$1,945 - $2,469
Watertown, Massachusetts, 02472
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,649 - $2,169
2 Bedrooms$2,329 - $3,909
Watertown, Massachusetts, 02472
1 Bedroom$2,299 - $2,418
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If you are looking for an apartment in Auburndale or its suburbs, we have a new place for you; there are numerous spacious apartments available for rent both north of city center and in many other interesting neighborhoods as well. No matter whether you want a turquoise rec room or any other color scheme in your new place, you can easily use MyNewPlace to search for that kid friendly apartment in Auburndale.
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The village of Auburndale is as antiquated as it is small. With the oldest home in the area being built in 1730, and being one out of thirteen “villages” in a city (Newton) which only spans 20 square miles, it is surprising how much Auburndale has to offer for people seeking an apartment rental. Despite its small size, this historical village has housed famous residents such as Howard Zinn and Nobel Peace Prize winner James E. Muller. If you rented an apartment in Auburndale, you’d be surprised what this historic village offers in such a small package.
What Can I Expect to Pay in Auburndale, MA?
When it comes to apartment rental shopping generally, there are always multiple options and a lot of variety in size and price. Auburndale is no different.
So is it Auburndale, or Newton?
Since Auburndale is technically a village that is part of the city of Newton, it’s hard to discuss what it’s like to live in Auburndale without thinking of it as part of the larger city. While Auburndale has a lot to offer in terms of historical landmarks, great schools, and a gorgeous park, Newton as a whole has a lot to offer in terms of dining, entertainment, and shopping. Auburndale Dining (But Actually Newton) No matter your tastes, Newton has a good variety to offer in terms of an evening meal—and it will not be far from your newly rented Auburndale apartment. If Italian is your fancy, check out Maria Di Napoli Ristorante. While pizza is certainly their mainstay—it’s raved about—Maria is also well known for making an excellent spaghetti and meat balls. The pasta is homemade, and the pizzas are definitely not run of the mill—try the potato pizza, for example. If you are seeking a different European cuisine, such as French, you must try Lumiere. Not only is it all the French dishes you desire, from crisp and wonderful baguettes to ratatouille, they also use fresh and local ingredients. This is certainly a city that appreciates quality food. Not in the mood for European? Try Oishii’s Sushi Bar, in Chestnut Hill, about 6 miles from Auburndale. Their rolls are well-celebrated, their sushi is fresh, and the environment is impeccable. Auburndale Entertainment (But, Once Again, Actually Newton) One attraction centered in Auburndale is the Turtle Lane Playhouse. True to its name, this is actually a residential house where plays are held. It makes for a great evening out, and if you rented an apartment in Auburndale, you could probably walk there. Check out their website for the current shows. If you’re less into live shows and more into the big screen, West Newton Cinemas is right in West Newton (who would have guessed?). They are the kind of theater that doesn’t completely conform to only showing the big Hollywood flicks—they have a good selection of foreign and independent films showing as well. Check out their page to find out what unique movies are showing—maybe you can check on a new apartment rental listing that you found using the apartment finder, and then catch a film. Auburndale (And, Ahem, Newton) Shopping Auburndale has a nice selection of specialty stores, certainly catered to the family-oriented environment of the town. The Silk Road, a fabric store directly in Auburndale, is celebrated for being an excellent source for quality fabrics for any tailoring projects. There are multiple book stores in the area, a great cycling store, and really an interesting smattering of specialty mom-and-pop shops. This is not the kind of town that hosts many big chain stores. Check out Yelp’s Auberndale Shopping Page for some good ideas on cute stores to check out if you decide to rent an apartment in Auburndale.
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How is the school system in Auburndale?
Public education in Auberndale is provided by the Newton School District. This district comprises 22 schools and serves nearly 12,000 students. Rated better than 90.0 percent of school districts in Massachusetts and 99.8 percent of school districts in the country, the Newton School District . There are also several private schools in the area.
Will I need a car in Auburndale?
Like most suburbs, you probably will need a car in Auburndale. In fact, a full 64 percent of Auburndale residents commute by private vehicle. However, of the 14 percent that uses public transportation to commute to work each day, there is easy way to get into the city. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, or MBTA, provides public transport in the way of the Framingham/Worcester line on the commuter rail, which provides access to downtown Boston.