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Popular Douglas Apartments
Douglas, Massachusetts, 01516
Studio/1 Bedroom$790 - $1,025
2 Bedrooms$1,000 - $1,300
3 Bedrooms$1,295 - $1,325
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, 01545
Studio/1 Bedroom$800 - $1,414
2 Bedrooms$1,203 - $2,010
Hopkinton, Massachusetts, 01748
1 Bedroom$1,550 - $1,920
2 Bedrooms$2,140 - $2,375
Milford, Massachusetts, 01757
1 Bedroom$1,220 - $1,270
2 Bedrooms$1,310 - $1,450
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If you are in the market for an apartment in Douglas or its suburbs, we have a new place for you; you can find delightful park views or walk up apartments available in a diverse number of different neighborhoods all over the city. You can easily find dog friendly apartments in Douglas using MyNewPlace and searching for apartment amenities like a gated entrance.
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Your Digs in Douglas
Tucked away in the southern portion of Massachusetts you'll find Douglas, snuggled next to the impressive and leafy Douglas State Forest. The town has long thrived on its proximity to such an abundance of trees. Whereas they were once the makings for a thriving local timber industry, today they've become scenery for many a granola crunching hiker seeking experience over things.
Like many a New England town, Douglas has a rich history going, like, way back. You can learn all about it and thoroughly research it before you move, or just cut to the chase and continue reading.
For tips on unearthing your ace apartment in Douglas, check out our Apartment Guide. Want to get the inside track on the place? Take advantage of LocalTalk to score some practical tips and advice, and remember to use the ""Ask a Question"" feature to get personalized feedback from locals who well know this lil' corner of the Bay State.
Douglas Apartments: Price Quotes
This Southern Worcester County town has a bounty of apartments to choose from. At least for a town its size. You don't expect supply to exceed demand do you? (Not that it’s unheard of.)
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. Now get moving on your apartment search by selecting among the rentals you see listed below.
Douglas: Ready For Livin'
Have you seen Good Will Hunting? Yes? Then you know that everything in Massachusetts reeks of intelligence and big think personalities. Douglas is no different. Sort of. It can claim the Bay State as its master, true, but it's not part and parcel of the Boston area's brain trust, which includes MIT and Harvard among other lesser stars of the cerebral. But hey, almost 100% of its residents can claim to have a high school diploma, and its neighbor is the city of Oxford, which shares a name with a super prestigious English institute of higher education.
Surely that all counts for something
Douglas apparently has exactly one neighborhood: East Douglas. Can you guess where it's located? It appears to be a pretty hilly town. They even give names to their hills like Bald Hill, Wallum Pond Hill, and Mount Daniel. Oh, and ponds too. Wallum Pond is the biggest, covering 150 acres of the city's good natured and scenic territory. Apparently fishers like the spot's fine selections of Atlantic salmon, American eel, bluegill, and brown trout, among other delectable water dwellers.
Like a lot of New England towns, Douglas appears to have almost nothing by way of poverty. A solid income level for its residents? Yes. But almost no serious poverty. And we'd submit that's a good thing.
There's a lot to like about the city, so do all you can to prepare for your big move to your new apartment in the city by exploring its online presence. In depth. Yes, there will be a test.
Douglas Time Killers
At some point you'll have to leave your apartment. Yea yea, we know you love it, but unless you plan on shelling out money to a local teen willing to deliver groceries to you, you'll at least have to leave for that reason alone. But we pray you aren't a shut-in of the extreme sort.
The city features a fantastic set of trails that were designed ever so long ago to be railroad tracks. The financier met his fate during the sinking of his Titanic, of all historical events, and so the path beaten for the proposed rail line was never completed. Today hikers can walk the route originally meant for a hulking locomotive and get an eye and earful of New England plant and animal life in the process.
If boredom is the name of your game, sit at home and enjoy your Netflix. (We remember when we were told to make it a ""Blockbuster Night,"" but things change.) But you know you can do that anywhere, so make like a New England Patriot and defend your right to enjoy your new neighborhood why don't ya?
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I've got dogs. What are the best places in Douglas for being outdoors with pets?
Douglas isn't home to any off-leash dog parks. It does, however, contain a lot of park land. With nearly 6,000 acres, Douglas State Forest lies adjacent to Wallum Lake, located on the south side of the city next to the Rhode Island border. The Midstate Trail, a long-distance hiking trail, runs through the forest.
Does Douglas have a good school system?
Public education is provided by the Douglas School District, which consists of four schools serving less than 1,800 students: Douglas Early Childhood (a preschool) Douglas Elementary (K-2), Douglas Intermediate (3-7), and Douglas High (8-12). This district was rated better than only 26.4 percent of school districts in Massachusetts, which is well below the state average. However, Massachusetts is known for its high-quality schools, and the same district was rated better than 86.5 percent of school districts in the country.