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Popular Derry Apartments
Derry, New Hampshire, 03038
1 Bedroom$836 - $1,470
2 Bedrooms$1,075 - $1,950
Nashua, New Hampshire, 03063
2 Bedrooms$1,125 - $1,350
Manchester, New Hampshire, 03102
1 Bedroom$850 - $875
2 Bedrooms$1,050 - $1,150
Salem, New Hampshire, 03079
1 Bedroom$1,170 - $1,210
2 Bedrooms$1,282 - $1,600
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Derry apartments are ingeniously laid out near city parks and appealing during all four seasons - Derry has a variety of delightful apartments available in every price range. Excited to start looking for your new Derry apartment? Be sure to read on for information about finding that perfect place, both here or on our blog.
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Your New Place in Derry
Welcome to Derry, a town in Rockingham County, in the state of New Hampshire. Derry is less than 15 miles outside of Manchester and roughly 40 miles from Boston, so residents here have easy access to the big city. The town has an active recreation department with plenty of parks and open spaces so that renters can run, dance, swim, and lie in the sunshine to their hearts' content.
Derry Rental Trends
There are some great units available for apartment dwellers in Derry and you can leave it to our handy apartment finder to get you the biggest bang for your hard-earned buck. Are you looking for something close to the Derry History Museum? Maybe you'd like something near the Robert Frost Farm? Perhaps you just need something with enough space for you and your tropical aquarium. Not a problem. Whatever it is you're looking for, we’re here to help you find it. So, what do apartments in Derry go for? Check out the rent table right here on this page to get an idea. The table has the latest rates on one, two, and three bedroom apartments. When you think about it, the rates really aren’t too bad, especially when you consider all that Derry has to offer. Ready to learn more about this sweet New Hampshire town? Keep on reading.
There are some interesting historical sites in and around Derry. If you’ve got a passing interest in local history, a great place to start is the Derry History Museum. The museum has been around since the seventies and has a wonderful collection of artifacts from the 1700s, 1800s, and 1900s. You can really travel into the far reaches of American history! The Robert Frost Farm is a true gem in Derry. This was the home of Robert Frost and his family in the early 1900s. Come to the farm for a tour, to walk the peaceful trails, or to enjoy one of the special programs, including live poetry readings. Who knows? Maybe you'll be inspired to pick up a quill yourself. You can also catch a live performance at the Adams Memorial Opera House in downtown Derry, enjoying this lovely historic venue the way it was meant to be enjoyed. What a cool way to see a historical building!
Hi-Ho the Derry-Oh
Derry has a wide variety of community programs, athletics, and activities that are sure to keep you busy. From yoga and judo to bingo and line dancing, there really is something for everyone. There’s also plenty of open space and lots of parks, and playgrounds so if you want to get outside to enjoy the sunshine, you won’t have to go far. Gallien's Town Beach and SplashPad keeps everyone smiling and splashing throughout the summer. Derry even has something for your four-legged family members: The Derry Dog Park. This park even has an off leash area—bow wow-zers! Golfers in the family won’t be disappointed either, since there are quite a number of golf courses in and around Derry, including Brookstone Golf and Driving Range, Hidden Valley RV and Golf Park, and Hoodkroft Country Club.
If you like to party till the Derry cows come home, there are a number of special events downtown that you won’t want to miss, including the downtown Trick-or-Treat, and the Turkey Trot. During the warmer months, the Derry Farmers' Market invites residents to come and shop for fresh produce, baked goods, arts and crafts, and other treats.
Making the Move
Move into a new apartment in Derry and join about 33,000 other folks who love living in this small, friendly, active town. Ready for your fun fact? Alan Hampshire, the first American to travel to space, is from Derry. Derry earned its nickname, "Space-Town," thanks to Alan's accomplishments. Want to move to Space Town? Just don’t space out and forget to rent a stellar apartment!
Average Apartment Rent in Derry, New Hampshire
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Derry Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Derry have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In July the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Derry apartment cost $853. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Derry apartment was $1,013 in July. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Derry rentals listed below.
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How far is the airport from downtown Derry and can I get there easily and cheaply?
Located 6 miles from the city center, the closest major airport to Derry is Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT). This airport has international and domestic flights from Manchester, New Hampshire. The next closest major airport, at 39 miles from downtown Derry, is Logan International Airport (BOS), which has international and domestic flights from Boston. The easiest way to get to and from the airport is by car.
Does Derry have a good school system?
Not really. Public education is provided by the Derry School District. This district consists of eight schools serving nearly 4,000 students, including one early education program, five elementary schools, and two middle schools. Rated better than 32.6 percent of school districts in New Hampshire and 41.3 percent of school districts in the country, it comes out below average on both state and national levels. However, there are several private schools in the area.
How much are utilities in Derry?
The cost of utilities in Derry, Hampshire is 29 percent higher than the US average, possibly due to its warm summers, very cold winters, and the prices of the utilities companies. Electricity should cost an average of about $75-80 a month, probably topping out at $90 in the summer when the air conditioning is used on a regular basis. Gas (or oil), on the other hand, should cost around $100 a month. Naturally, the gas bill will be highest in winter when the furnace is frequently used.