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Rooms for Rent in Boston

Rooms & Sublets for Rent in Boston

Boston, the United States’ cultural and historic center of the country. Boston is a unique mix of classic and modern combining old-world traditions and evolved technology. Living in Boston is truly one-of-a-kind.

Renting an apartment in Boston can be more costly than the national average in the United States. One option to cut costs is to rent rooms in Boston. The average rooms for rent in Boston are $900. Areas like the charming collegiate Allston-Brighton neighborhood or the beatnik vibe of Dorchester are great if you’re looking for more affordable places.

With so much that Boston has to offer, Nestpick is here to help you make the right choice.





Featured Rooms

$1,756
Sublet.com

Room for rent in Fenway-Kenmore

$896
Roomster

South End Boston Room For Rent

$903
Roomi

Room in Dorchester

$1,173
Sublet.com

Room for rent in Mission Hill

$747
Roomi

Room in Codman Square

$1,055
Roomster

1 or 2 months, newly furnished room no add. fees

$1,247
SpareRoom

Single room for sublet

$1,308
PlaceMe Living

Magazine

$902
Roomi

Room in South Boston

$1,150
Roomi

Room in Orient Heights

$1,257
Roomi

Room in Mission Hill

$507
Roomster

Permanent accommodation available

$798
SpareRoom

Home sharing

$803
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Room for rent in Brighton

$1,304
Sublet.com

Room for rent in Fenway-Kenmore

$1,489
Sublet.com

Room for rent in Fenway-Kenmore

$1,260
Homestay

Nice family

$1,332
PlaceMe Living

Durham 3

$989
4Stay

Exceptional stay

$904
Roomi

Room in Roxbury

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Sublet Apartment in Boston

Are you a professional or short-term student in need of temporary housing? If you’re looking to sublease in Boston, there are plenty of diverse areas to choose from.

Apartments in Boston can average $3020 a month. The cost of sublets in Boston can decrease or increase depending on the neighborhood you choose to live in. The up and coming South End, Fort Point and South Boston communities for the urbane individual, or live in the quieter areas like Bay Village, East Boston or Beacon Hill.

New England has a small town atmosphere with the perks of big city living. The city of Boston is a melting pot of the past and present with each region having its own aesthetic and style.

Whether you want to be a Southie, an Eastie or somewhere in between, Nestpick can help you choose the right neighborhood.


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