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Popular Stoughton Apartments
Sharon, Massachusetts, 02067
1 Bedroom$1,560 - $1,925
2 Bedrooms$2,275 - $2,585
Westwood, Massachusetts, 02090
Quincy, Massachusetts, 02169
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,345 - $1,871
2 Bedrooms$1,583 - $2,112
3+ Bedrooms$2,033 - $2,553
Bridgewater, Massachusetts, 02324
Studio/1 Bedroom$949 - $1,890
2 Bedrooms$1,252 - $1,992
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Stoughton is an extremely lovely city with a wide array of apartment living options - whether you are searching in the spring or any other time of the year. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Stoughton, your new city!
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Hang Tough in a Stoughton, Massachusetts Apartment
Want to live in a town that gets going when the going gets tough? Rent an apartment in Stoughton, Massachusetts and stand tall. One of Stoughton’s nicknames is Tough Town, and it shows in the city’s ability to take care of business year round. Whether you’re a Strongman world champion or couldn’t wrestle a Chihuahua to the ground, you’ll love living in this resilient Massachusetts town. Leave your feeble city behind and rent in a town with wherewithal. Have the guts to pick up and head for a stronger city… just leave the neighborhood dogs be.
Tough Town Rental Trends
You’ll typically see medium to large sized apartment buildings in Stoughton with units ranging from one up to two bedrooms. Rental rates can be competitive in Stoughton, so make sure you use our apartment finder to cinch up the best price on the place you want. Considering the cost of its surrounding areas and all this community has to offer, the rates aren’t too terrible though. Take a look at the chart above to see what places are currently going for.
Stoughton Welcomes You
Feel like you’ve gotten off on the wrong foot? Ready to pull yourself up by your bootstraps? Rent one of Stoughton’s fine apartments and kick up your heels. Stoughton became well known for its shoemaking industry in the 19th century. Live in a town that appreciates hard work (and comfortable arch support). Whether you keep it conservative with a pair of tennis shoes or like to hit the town in Moon Boots, you’ll have a foot stomping good time here. Just look at the town’s official website and you’ll see that Stoughton welcomes you no matter who you are (or what browser you’re using). As of the 2010 census, this Norfolk County town had a population of 26,962. You’ll have a lot of new friends in your social network, but not so many you’ll have to start sending out 50 E birthday cards a day. If you want to expand your social network by 600,000 people overnight, Boston is just 15 miles away. Rent in Stoughton and take a step in the right direction. It would probably help to not wear platform shoes.
Fun and Frights
Should you wear nothing but moon boots all year and subsequently have a hard time making friends, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to socialize at one of the town’s great community events. The Stoughton Community Events Committee hosts entertaining events all year to help fashion victims like you become part of the community. Did you know that the Suffolk Resolves (which were written in Old Stoughton) are believed to be the foundation for the Declaration of Independence? Celebrate Independence Day in style and attend the town’s great Fourth of July weekend activities. Where else can you enjoy fireworks, a parade, and live pro wrestling? If you’re not up for fake chokeholds, enjoy fake ghouls and ghosts at the annual Haunted Hayride. Take a ride with your family and friends and see if you live up to Stoughton’s Tough Town nickname.
Basketball, Body Conditioning, and More
If you find yourself craving recreation after spending weeks packing boxes and lifting love seats, you’ll have your wish in Stoughton. The town offers great parks and recreational opportunities throughout the year. Whether you’re seeking solace from the 9 to 5 grind or just can’t stand the sight of packing tape anymore, you’ll find relief thanks to the town’s Recreation Department. If a day in the park sounds like a fun alternative to unpacking boxes visit Halloran Park. A game of basketball with your roommate or horseshoes with a neighbor will help you forget about the assortment of old coupons, fortune cookies, and dried out markers that await you back home. Need someone to help sort through all your junk? You might find someone willing to help if you sign up for total body conditioning class or men’s slow pitch softball. Have fun again and rent an apartment in Stoughton because organizing the junk drawer isn’t much of a full body workout.
Average Apartment Rent in Stoughton, Massachusetts
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Stoughton Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Stoughton have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Stoughton apartment was $1,699 in September. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Stoughton rentals listed below.
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What kinds of outdoor activities are either in or around Stoughton?
Stoughton is full of public parks, including Stoughton Memorial Conservation Land, Borderland State Park, Inter Lochen Park, Devil's Brook Wetlands, and Canoe River Wilderness Area, among many others. These parks offer many hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as ample opportunities for wildlife viewing. During the winter months, much of this land is available for cross-country skiing and sledding. Nearby Lake Massapoag in Sharon has a large town beach and is also popular for sailing and sailboarding.
What are some family friendly neighborhoods in Stoughton?
If you are looking for the family-friendly neighborhoods, these have to be safe, and have good-quality education. We recommend Bay Rd / Plain St, Stoughton Junction, and North Stoughton for safety, and we do Bay Rd / Plain St, North Stoughton, and Central St / Canton St for education in Stoughton, so, bay Rd / Plain St and North Stoughton can be good choice for you.
Do most people in Stoughton rely on public transportation?
Many people in Stoughton do take public transportation. Although it amounts to only 10 percent of the population, that number is actually quite a bit higher than the national average. One of the most popular methods of transportation is for commuting into Boston; the MBTA commuter rail line runs to South Station via the Providence/Stoughton Line. The Brockton Area Transit Authority (BAT) also provides local bus service.