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Popular Shrewsbury Apartments
Marlborough, Massachusetts, 01752
1 Bedroom$1,055 - $1,916
2 Bedrooms$1,239 - $2,307
Worcester, Massachusetts, 01604
Studio/1 Bedroom$939 - $2,071
2 Bedrooms$1,289 - $2,091
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, 01545
1 Bedroom$1,295 - $1,435
2 Bedrooms$1,560 - $2,610
3 Bedrooms$2,000 - $2,010
Milford, Massachusetts, 01757
1 Bedroom$1,225 - $1,275
2 Bedrooms$1,410 - $1,630
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Shrewsbury is a pleasant municipality in which to find your new place - Shrewsbury has a lot of charming apartments available in every price range. MyNewPlace can help you find every amenity you need in your new place in Shrewsbury - whether it is a dark raspberry den or a kid friendly apartment.
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The Taming of the Shrewsbury
Renters who are looking for an apartment in a fun-loving town with vibrant, social, and extremely active neighbors should consider finding a place in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. This community of around 34,000 people is the perfect blend of small town charm and big city fun. People here spend time at the town’s various clubs and organizations and out at the restaurants and bars; a visit to nearby Worchester or more distant Boston givers residents of this town even more options when it comes to day and nighttime entertainment.
Renting in a Winter Wonderland
Winters in Shrewsbury can be cold but that doesn’t keep renters who live here from having a great time. When the snow starts to fall, renters can head out to nearby Ski Ward to hit the slopes. The short runs are perfect for beginners (or for advanced skiers who’d like to learn to snowboard) while the longer, steeper slopes create quite a challenge for more advanced athletes. After a long day of sliding downhill, skiers and snowboarders can head inside for a hot meal and a cup of hot coffee—the perfect way to get those joints moving again after a day out in the cold!
Out and About
A quick drive out of Shrewsbury will bring renters to a world of sights to see and attractions to visit. There are fine art and historical museums around and a plethora of historical sites and buildings both in Shrewsbury and right around the corner. Theaters and concert halls give renters plenty of options when it comes to live entertainment, and zoos and botanical gardens make for great day trips when the sun is shining. Sports fans can head into nearby Worchester to watch a Tornadoes baseball game or all the way down to Boston to catch any number of professional teams in action. Shrewsbury is also home to a number of events and celebrations throughout the year. Renters should be sure to pick up a copy of The Shrewsbury Lantern, the town’s local paper so that they won’t miss out on any of the excitement.
Renters from Shrewsbury can enjoy dancing the night away at a few different bars and clubs in and around town (and tearing the floor up at dozens of them a short distance away in Boston). When it comes to nightlife, there’s no shortage of it in this part of Massachusetts. After a long week of work, there’s also no better way to unwind than to head into town for a nice dinner and a night with some good company.
History buffs can pay a visit to the historical society in order to learn more about the rich history of the area and help preserve it for future generations to enjoy. There’s also an old car club and a genealogy club, just in case your interest in history is limited a bit in scope. Social butterflies can join up with the Welcome Wagon Club of Shrewsbury (though they’ll probably already be acquainted with some of the members from their own welcome to the town party). If you’ve got a green thumb, the garden club is always looking for new members and if you’re interested in giving back to your community there are a few charitable organizations to get involved with. Joining one or a few of these clubs isn’t just fun, it’s also a great way to get to know the town and make a few new friends.
Average Apartment Rent in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
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Shrewsbury Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Shrewsbury have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In December the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Shrewsbury apartment cost $1,230. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Shrewsbury apartment was $1,661 in December. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in December was $1,763. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Shrewsbury rentals listed below.
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