As discussed in our Beacon Hill Apartment Rental Market Report, the rental supply in this historic neighborhood is tight. The Real- Time Availability Rate (RTAR) in Beacon Hill is currently 4.77% and the Real- Time Vacancy Rate (RTVR) is extremely low at 0.28%.
However, if you are searching for Beacon Hill apartments then rest easy knowing there are still some great options out there!
Studio, One-Bath Apartment for $2,000 a Month
If you’re searching for Beacon Hill apartments for one person then this is a wonderful option. The compact kitchen has stylish white cabinets and granite countertops. The living area is spread out nicely for a studio apartment. The floor is hardwood, which adds a nice touch and rich feel to the room, and also makes the space feel larger. As an added bonus, heat, hot water, and electricity are included, so that will save you a ton on variable monthly expenses. This unit is located within 0.3 mile of multiple public transportation options. This apartment will rent fast, so set up a time to see it in person sooner rather than later!
Three- Bed, Two-Bath Apartment for $3,975 a Month
This is one of the rare Dog friendly Beacon Hill apartments! Bring your four legged furry friend because they are welcome in this unit. Let’s take a look at some of the other features and amenities. The kitchen has beautiful light stained wood cabinets, dark granite countertops, and stainless-steel appliances. These include a dishwasher, disposal, stove, refrigerator, and microwave oven. The unit has both hardwood floors and carpeting. Laundry is available in the building for your convenience. This is a NO FEE apartment. Both heat and hot water are included in the rent. The bedrooms are spacious and there’s plenty of closet space for your belongings. If you use public transportation there are five (5) different options available within 0.3 mile of the unit.
Two-Bed, One-Bath Apartment for $2,800 a Month
Don’t let this one get away. If you’ve been looking for spacious Beacon Hill apartments, your search is now over. This is a large two bedroom unit. It has a living room where you can entertain family, friends, neighbors, or co-workers, or simply stretch out and relax. There are absolutely gorgeous hardwood floors throughout, except in the modern bathroom and open kitchen. It has solid wood cabinets that are stained in a nice light color. The dark granite countertops and stainless steel appliances contrast perfectly with each other. The kitchen appliances include a stove, refrigerator and dishwasher, There’s a laundry room in the building. Heat and hot water are included. Gas for the stove is included as well. This is a NO FEE apartment. Public transportation is available within 0.2 miles of the unit.
Two-Bed, One-Bath Apartment for $3,600 a Month
If you’re interested in unique Beacon Hill apartments, then this may be the perfect home for you. This unit is spread out on two (2) floors. The kitchen has a retro/industrial looking open ceiling. It also has nice wood cabinets, black granite countertops, and a large island. The kitchen appliances are stainless-steel and include a gas stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, and microwave oven. There are gleaming hardwood floors throughout the apartment. The rooms are nice and spacious and have high ceilings. You’ll also have an abundance of natural light, which is always a great feature. Both heat and hot water are included. Laundry in the unit is a huge amenity. There are a few public transportation options available within 0.3 mile of this very cool apartment.
Studio, One-Bath Apartment for $1,900 a Month
The vast majority of Beacon Hill apartments don’t stay on the market long because the area is an incredibly desirable place to live for students, young professionals, and working families. On that note, this eclectic studio unit is sure to rent quickly. It’s perfect for one person or a couple. The open kitchen is roomy enough to cook in or bake in comfortably, which is an added bonus for a studio apartment. The space is laid out very well and there are separate areas for sleeping, storage, and hanging out. The bathroom is clean and modern and looks like it has been recently updated. Parking is available on the street. If you utilize public transportation, there are actually five (5) options available within 0.3 mile of the building.
Studio, 1-Bath Apartment for $2,200 a Month
There certainly are not many Beacon Hill apartments that come with a fireplace, especially studios, but this unit has one. That’s an incredibly nice feature to have when the weather is cold or you simply want to create a bit of ambiance. But wait, there’s a lot more to see here. You’re also going to love the kitchen. It has fancy solid wood cabinets, granite countertops, and stainless-steel appliances including the dishwasher, stove, built-in microwave oven, and refrigerator. There is also gleaming hardwood flooring that makes this place truly feel like a home. Regarding Public Transportation, there are actually four (4) options all within 0.4 mile of the apartment.
If You’ve Decided on Living in Beacon Hill, Move Quickly!
Although Beacon Hill apartments typically don’t stay on the market for too long, there are some listed above that you can view immediately. There are also other units to choose from as well that are available on the Boston Pads Real Estate Portal. In fact, the Boston Pads Real Estate Portal is an incredibly comprehensive real estate data and information platform that has everything you need to find and rent an apartment in the city and surrounding areas. It’s also the perfect place to go if you’re in the market to purchase and or sell residential real estate, if you’re a landlord, real estate investor, or just curious to learn more about the marketplace.
Steven Scurti Posted date:April 22, 2022
Steven found his love for real estate through various roles in the industry- from being an assistant property manager to working in a smaller leasing department. From the beginning of his real estate career, Steven has prided himself in putting his clients first when it comes to finding them a home they will love and enjoy spending their time in. Along with ensuring his clients are fully satisfied, building landlord relationships has been a strong focus for him, and he is regularly checking in with the landlords he works closely with. In the future, Steven hopes to build a real estate portfolio of his own in Boston and the surrounding areas.