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Popular Randolph Apartments
Randolph, Massachusetts, 02368
1 Bedroom$1,350 - $1,545
2 Bedrooms$1,590 - $1,790
Randolph, Massachusetts, 02368
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,105 - $1,225
2 Bedrooms$1,470 - $1,495
Sharon, Massachusetts, 02067
1 Bedroom$1,560 - $1,920
2 Bedrooms$2,285 - $2,590
Quincy, Massachusetts, 02169
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,345 - $1,871
2 Bedrooms$1,566 - $2,339
3+ Bedrooms$2,033 - $2,553
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The Little Town that Grew into a City
The Town of Randolph is a city in Massachusetts within a short drive of Boston. No, there's no typo in that last sentence. As of 2010, Randolph officially became a city in the eyes of the state government though its official name continues to be the Town of Randolph. This medium sized city, of around 30,000 people is a good size for renters who want to be around a bunch of fun loving people without getting lost in the crowd
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The Price of the Good Life
Life is pretty sweet in Randolph. Unfortunately, apartment complexes seem to know this so the average rent isn't particularly cheap. Use our apartment finder to help seek out the best deal around on the place you want. And don’t forget to swing by the AptGuideLink for some pointers on figuring out exactly what the place you want is! Ready for some numbers? Take a look at the chart above to see what apartments are currently renting for in this Massachusetts community.
Playing with the Neighbors
Keeping the people of Randolph in good shape and in good spirits is one of the top priorities for the city. Renters who move into town should be sure to pick up the latest copy of the town's calendar so they won't miss out on any of the fun. Joining up with a group for an aerobics class, sports game, or nature hike is not only a good way to get into shape and boost your endorphin production, it'll also help you get to know your new neighbors.
Though it's in the center of a well developed area (and an area that's been well developed for hundreds of years), there are still plenty of natural areas for renters from Randolph to explore. Within town, there are a handful of playgrounds, nature parks, and sports fields to help renters make the most out of every sunny day that comes their way. There are even a few lakes and ponds to cool off on those hot summer days. If you'd like to wander around some more strenuous terrain (or break out the mountain bike), you'll want to drive north of town into the Blue Hills Reservation. Camping, golfing, fishing, and heading out onto the lake for the day are all popular pastimes here. This isn't backcountry wilderness, not by any measure, but renters will still be able to feel like they're getting away from it all (even if they have to devote one afternoon to playing those 18 holes that have been calling).
Playing in the City
Nightlife in Randolph certainly isn't the most happening in the area. Instead of spending their evenings dancing with strangers in clubs and overpaying for drinks, most people who live here prefer to keep things simple. Renters who want a little more nightlife can easily head into one of a dozen of larger cities in the area or all the way up into Boston, which is about 25 minutes away. In Boston, Randolph residents can dance until dawn, laugh at the jokes in a comedy club, and drink up at a classy martini bar or a local dive. Once the sun goes down, the fun is just beginning for Boston's late night crowd. Of course, it's not all after hours parties in Boston. Visitors to the city can also spend some time at a local museum (during the day though, we all know what happens at night at the museum), catch a live show at one of the theaters, or cheer on their favorite sports team.
Playing for the Team
Sports are a big deal for many of the people in Randolph so if you like a good baseball, football, hockey, or lacrosse game, you'll be in good company. There are plenty of local, Boston based teams to cheer for and enough sports that the season's always starting on something new. The people of Randolph also like to get in on the action by forming teams of their own. Renters can cheer on their friends, neighbors, and firemen at a hockey game or sign up with a team to get in on the fun themselves. At the end of a good game, it's down to the bar to share a few drinks with the team (and to try to remember who won).
Average Apartment Rent in Randolph, Massachusetts
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Randolph Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Randolph have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In September the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Randolph apartment cost $1,344. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Randolph apartment was $1,607 in September. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Randolph rentals listed below.
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