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Popular Mansfield Apartments
Mansfield, Massachusetts, 02048
1 Bedroom$1,344 - $1,992
2 Bedrooms$1,630 - $2,226
3 Bedrooms$2,512 - $2,547
Sharon, Massachusetts, 02067
1 Bedroom$1,560 - $1,935
2 Bedrooms$2,345 - $2,620
Franklin, Massachusetts, 02038
1 Bedroom$1,265 - $1,285
2 Bedrooms$1,200 - $1,305
Canton, Massachusetts, 02021
2 Bedrooms$1,495 - $1,620
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Mansfield apartments are ingeniously laid out near city attractions and appealing during all four seasons - you can find enticing park views or pet friendly apartments available in a ton of different neighborhoods all over the city.
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Smashing Apartments in Mansfield, Massachusetts
Did you know that Mansfield, Massachusetts is named after William Murray, 1st Earl of Mansfield, a member of the British House of Lords? Move here and practice your inalienable right to a great apartment. This historic Massachusetts town offers the finest in schools, community, arts, entertainment, shopping, and more. The city offers a quality of life so good it ought to be illegal. Luckily, you can enjoy all that the area has to offer without legal repercussion. Pack your bags (and a powdered wig if so inclined) and find an apartment through our [AptGuideLink]. The vote’s in: Mansfield’s a winner.
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All About the Mansfield, Massachusetts Rental Rates
Keep up on local government happenings in The Sun Chronicle, but for the local rental trends info MyNewPlace has you covered. As of ||monthpull||, the cost of a one bedroom rental in Mansfield, Massachusetts was ||1BRrentpull|| on average. Find a roommate and you’ll have someone to split the cappuccino cake with at Mangia Bene. The average two bedroom apartment for rent in Mansfield was ||2BRrentpull|| as of ||monthpull|. You’ll have extra cash to spend at MockingBird Music if you get a second roommate. A three bedroom rental cost an average of ||3BRrentpull|| a month as of ||monthpull||. Start looking for an apartment by checking out some of the rentals listed below.
Basketball and the Blues
Rent one of Mansfield’s fine apartments and you’ll have plenty more to do than watch “Seinfeld” reruns in your living room…not that there’s anything wrong with that. The city’s Parks and Recreation Department offers great recreational programs and athletic leagues to keep you fit and rerun-free 365 days a year. Want to flex your athletic skills and meet your new neighbors? Sign up for an athletic program, such as the tennis league, summer basketball, or the women’s over-30 soccer program. Need to keep fit for the duration of the season? Join a fitness class, like power circuit cardio and strength training. If Fido’s been chewing up stuff in your new apartment, take him down to the library for free training lessons. In the mood for sweat-free fun? Attend one of the city’s many community events such as the Movies with the Stars or Concerts on the Common. Whether you’re in the mood for basketball or the blues, you’ll have a great time in your new city. You can always watch Jerry and the gang after the big game.
Your children will learn about everything from the House of Lords to the Underground Railroad at Mansfield’s excellent schools. Rent an apartment in this fine town and guarantee a quality education for your young scholars. The schoolchildren attend Mansfield Public Schools. The school district offers three elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school. Whether your children are entering third grade or getting antsy over the prom, they’re sure to receive a well-rounded education at Mansfield Public Schools. Enroll your children in one of the district’s many schools and your children will know the pride of being a Hornet. You’ll be so proud of your kid, you’ll be wearing green and white (the district’s colors) every day. If you’d rather enroll your child in a private school, the city is home to an Islamic high school, Al-Noor Academy, and a parochial school, Saint Mary’s. Wherever your children go to school, you can rest assured that they’ll receive the best education possible. Time to invest some gold stars.
A Library and Things to See
As a suburb of Boston, Mansfield offers access to big city culture year-round. If you don’t feel like trekking to Beantown, however, you can indulge in creative pursuits right here at home as well. Whether you’re in the mood for performance art or visual art, the Mansfield Music and Arts Society has something culturally enriching for you. Take in a drama at the Black Box Theater or marvel at local art at the Morini Gallery. If you want to be a part of the show, the Mansfield Music and Arts Society also offers classes for the artistically inclined. In the mood for culture from the comfort of your home? Sign up for a membership at the Mansfield Public Library and take home everything from the latest thriller to “Robinson Crusoe.” With internet access and a wide selection of books, DVDs, CDs, and more, the Mansfield Public Library is a must-visit whether you’re a student at Saint Mary’s or a mystery novel fanatic. Get cultured and find a fantastic apartment. What more could you want?
Average Apartment Rent in Mansfield, Massachusetts
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Mansfield Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Mansfield have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In January the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Mansfield apartment cost $1,495. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Mansfield apartment was $1,812 in January. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Mansfield rentals listed below.
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