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Popular Bridgewater Apartments
Bridgewater, Massachusetts, 02324
Studio/1 Bedroom$979 - $2,032
2 Bedrooms$1,195 - $1,937
Abington, Massachusetts, 02351
1 Bedroom$1,680 - $1,700
2 Bedrooms$1,680 - $1,775
Sharon, Massachusetts, 02067
1 Bedroom$1,560 - $1,725
2 Bedrooms$2,305 - $2,440
Pembroke, Massachusetts, 02359
1 Bedroom$1,352 - $1,946
2 Bedrooms$1,606 - $2,372
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Bridgewater apartments are immediately securable in a number of disparate parts of town; the mid winter is particularly wonderful but regardless of when you are looking to move, Bridgewater's apartments are available in every price range all year round. Excited to start looking for your new Bridgewater apartment? Be sure to read on for the whole story about finding that perfect place, both here or on our apartment guide.
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You And Bridgewater
Let us play matchmaker to you and Bridgewater, Massachusetts. You mind? We'll arrange the place for your meeting - maybe a super cool apartment, perhaps along the scenic Taunton River - you just arrange for the time. Deal? Good. But first, make sure to do a little background research before strutting into your first date.
One thing to know about Bridgewater is that she has an affinity for all things English. Taking her inspiration from the city of the same name in Somerset County, England, she endeavors to recreate the charm of her British muse right here on the shores of the good ol' USA. That ought to give you something to work with. You know, for conversation.
Recent Deals For Bridgewater Apartments
Whether it's a comfy crash pad in the neighborhood of Stanley, or a funky and off kilter place to call home in the Pratt Town area, Bridgewater is indeed your bridge over the troubled waters of fruitless apartment searches. But first consider some of the recent figures for rentals in the city.Check out our rental and census data tables as well as our other fact sheets for more info about affordability and options for your future new digs. Get started on your New England apartment search by moving your mouse over the rentals listed below and clicking.
Straight Up Bridgewater
This community almost 30 miles south of Boston is the 99th of 351 geographical jurisdictions known as a ""commonwealth"" by the state of Massachusetts. To western US ears, a ""commonwealth"" sounds rather British. (Heck, saying ""rather"" sounds rather British too, come to think of it.) Then again there's a reason this part of the country is called ""New"" England. At a humble 25,000 or so residents, Bridgewater may seem small, but in the northeast part of the country, the continuity of urban space makes this a little misleading. So you may as well consider Bridgewater an outlying Boston suburb.
Bridgewater's median income puts it above the national average, and even somewhat about the state average, and its official poverty rate is low. We're not sure what they're doing up there - or down there, depending on where you're reading this - but whatever it is, keep it up Bridgewater.
Speaking of the unknown, here's a word of caution on this town: It's known to harbor what the spooky weirdo mill has dubbed ""The Bridgewater Triangle,"" a portion of the Hockomock Swamp near Bridgewater where strange sightings have allegedly, and alarmingly, taken place. In fact the word Hockomock even means ""place where spirits dwell,"" so they ain't kiddin'. We're talkin' UFO sightings, animal sacrifice, and even bizarre shenanigans specific to the area's grim past, such as a ""colonial dark day."" What is a colonial dark day, exactly? We still haven't figured that out ourselves, but you might try consulting this guy. As a cryptozoologist - yes, you read that right - he kind of knows a thing or two.
Ok, so that was spooky. Let's get back to Brigewater's more practical, and less gnarly features.
The Community Preservation Coalition has been working hard for years to maintain the historical landmarks that make Bridgewater and neighboring communities into something more than just another strip mall. They're behind the success of area sights such as the Sheep Hill Farm in Williamstown, the Paul Revere Bell in Plymouth, and even a copy - though a very fine copy it be - of the Declaration of Independence in Mendon. Let's give them a round of applause, shall we?
Boston: Just A Lobster's Snap Away
Of course, being in the vicinity, Boston is likely to invite and excite your keen sense of Bay State adventure upon making your home in Bridgewater. Here you can take in a Red Sox game, expose the tots to the sensational exhibits on display at the Boston Children's Museum, and enjoy a panoramic view of the city from atop the John Hancock Building's dizzying height of 791 feet. Of course, this doesn't really begin to cover what you can get up to in Beantown, so in between this here moment and the time you arrive in the southern Boston metro area, take a gander at this to tide you over.
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What's the weather like in Bridgewater?
The climate of Bridgewater features four distinct seasons: hot summers, cold winters, and relatively mild yet somewhat unpredictable springs and autumns. Summer temperatures tend to be in the 70s and winter temperatures tend to be in the 20s. The average high temperature in July, the warmest month, is 83 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average low temperature in January, the coldest month, is 18 degrees Fahrenheit. On average Bridgewater receives 48 inches of precipitation annually. Rainfall is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year, with the wettest month of the year being November.