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North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 02747
2 Bedrooms$936 - $1,325
South Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 02748
2 Bedrooms$1,395 - $1,595
North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 02747
2 Bedrooms$1,225 - $1,295
Fall River, Massachusetts, 02720
Studio/1 Bedroom$750 - $1,020
2 Bedrooms$975 - $1,155
3 Bedrooms$1,275 - $1,375
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If you are married and seeking a new place, you will find a variety of options in a lot of wonderful areas around the city. Be sure to keep reading for more tips on South Dartmouth and how to find your new apartment. Best of luck with your new place!
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At Home in South Dartmouth
South Dartmouth of Bristol County in the state of Massachusetts, we presume? Yes, you presume correctly. And this fancy sounding town is quite fancy. It is the home of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. So you’ll find plenty of smarty pants wearing academic types strolling around here. On the Apponagansett Bay and Clarks Cove, South Dartmouth is quite pretty as well. (Not only because of those smarty pants.)
South Dartmouth Rentals
From a small rental by the bay to a huge castle-like place for you and your Doberman, whatever it is you're looking for, our apartment finder will help you find it and get you the best deal in town. So now you don’t have to worry about scouring for deals or wheeling and dealing. Sweet. So, what do apartments in South Dartmouth actually look like? Check out some of the popular rentals above and take a video tour. Peruse through the photo galleries and see just how awesome these places really are. As you can see there are plenty of one, two, and three bedroom apartments available. Now you just have to find the one that’s right for you!
Activities Galore in South D
With beaches, parks, playgrounds, athletic fields and courts, trails, and open space, you’ll find a great many options when looking to spend some time outdoors in South Dartmouth. Far too many to list here. Seriously. Check out this comprehensive list of all the parks, trails, and other places where you can get sweaty being active or stuff picnic foods in your face. Nature lovers will be happy here as well. (Obviously with all that water around, there’s some great wildlife watching going on.) You’ll find nature preserves and reservations all throughout the area, like Fort Phoenix State Reservation in the neighboring town of Fairhaven. This beachfront park on the Buzzards Bay offers many recreational opportunities and amazing views. You’ll also get a little dose of history with your outdoor play thanks to the fact that this is actually a National Landmark Fort. Cool.
Do you like libraries? If you don’t, come on. Books, readers, librarians, they’re awesome! Anyway, libraries have been kicking it in Dartmouth since the 1800s, so there is a severe library tradition here. Check out the Dartmouth Public Libraries site for more info on all that is going down.
The New Bedford Whaling Museum in the neighboring town of New Bedford is a great place for residents of South Dartmouth to go for education and exploration. This is the largest whaling museum in the world, so there are tons of things going on for everyone in your crew. These guys have some amazing special programs, events, children’s programs, and special speakers, so even after you go once you will want to keep going back for more.
Do you enjoy the grape? Coastal Vineyards is a lovely winery offering tastings of their delicious wine. They also frequent many of the local Farmers’ Markets, so you can check them out there as well. But a visit is always a treat for anyone who is interested in vino.
When you’re in your new apartment, you’ll be about an hour from Boston and forty minutes from Providence, Rhode Island. So, you have some big commuting potential here. Whether you’re traveling for work or play, you can take full advantage of these two major cities without stressing out. Plus you can still easily get home to your comfy, new place in South Dartmouth at the end of the day.
You, New in SoDa
Move into your new apartment and enjoy living in this charming, beautiful, New England community with easy access to Boston and Providence. Ready for your fun fact? Power actor couple Tea Leoni and David Duchovny frequent South Dartmouth in the summer. Keep your peepers peeled. Could be quite a star sighting. Or perhaps just use it for some inspirational viewing material in your new pad.
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What's the weather like in South Dartmouth?
South Dartmouth's climate features four distinct seasons: warm summers, cold winters, and relatively mild springs and autumns. Summer temperatures tend to be in the 70s and winter temperatures tend to be in the 20s. The average high temperature in July, the warmest month of the year, is 83 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average low temperature in January, the coldest month, is 20 degrees Fahrenheit. On average New Bedford receives 51 inches of precipitation annually. Rainfall is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year, with the wettest month being December.
Are there museums in South Dartmouth or nearby?
South Dartmouth itself isn't home to any museums, but there are several towns nearby that are. New Bedford, for example, is home to the Whaling Museum, the New Bedford Fire Museum, the New Bedford Art Museum, the Fort Taber/Fort Rodman Military Museum, and the New Bedford Museum of Glass. Fall River, located about 25 minutes northwest of South Dartmouth, is home to the Battleship Cove, the world's largest naval ship museum, the Old Colony and Fall River Railroad Museum, and the Marine Museum at Fall River. Some of the best-known museums in the area, however, are located about 45 minutes to the northwest in Providence, Rhode Island.