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Student Housing & Student Accommodation in Boston

Boston is an internationally recognised centre for academia, and there are over 50 colleges and universities within the metropolitan area. With illustrious institutions such as Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) continuing to produce Presidents and Nobel Laureates, Boston is a city that has not only shaped the United States but the entire world.

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Dalrymple Street - Room 2

$1,373
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123 Elm Street - Apartment 1: Room 2

$1,487
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898 Massachusetts Avenue - Studio

$1,636
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Riverside Watertown - Studio

$1,686
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Riverside Apartments - Two Bedroom

$1,735
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Brattle Drive - One-bedroom

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$1,478
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Boston, Mass vicinity #2 Samuel Adam Brewery (T)

$1,988
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Entire 1-bedroom Apartment Near Downtown/Longwood

$744
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Large sunny furnished room,

$840
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Modern Jamaica Plain townhome near Jackson Square - Bedroom 4

$1,988
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#1Next Samuel Adam Brewery Boston mass

$1,789
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WB Quarters™ by STRB|Hangout|Priv. Room|Shared BA

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Find Student Housing near Boston

With such prestigious academic credentials, it is hardly surprising that Boston continues to draw in multitudes of eager students from across the US and rest of the globe. At present, around 152,000 are enrolled within the city’s many institutions, with the majority of students deciding to live off campus.

Student accommodation Boston consists of three main options: halls of residence, private hostels or private housing. Sharing a private apartment costs upwards of $500 per month, with prices depending on a property’s age, size and location.

For affordable Boston student housing, most students opt to live in cheaper outlying areas such as Allston/Brighton, Brookline, Jamaica Plain and Roxbury. Cambridge, a separate city that’s also the home of Harvard and MIT, is also popular albeit slightly more expensive.

For the best selection of affordable student apartments in and around Boston, look no further than Nestpick.


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