3 apartments for rent in Reading, MA

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30 Haven St, Reading, MA 01867
$2,050 | 1 - 2 Beds

(339) 227-6234

1 Lakeview Ave, Reading, MA 01867
$1,395 | 1 Bed
7 Archstone Cir, Reading, MA 01867
$1,905 - $5,846 | 1 - 3 Beds

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Reading, MA Apartments for Rent

Located 12 miles north of Boston, Reading is an historic city with strong community ties. With excellent schools, an active commitment to volunteering among residents, and numerous parks and sports complexes, Reading is a small-town haven with access to the amenities of Massachusetts’s capital city. Rent an apartment in Reading, and you’ll discover the true meaning of the word “community.”

Reading makes an excellent home for college students, as there are several colleges and universities near Reading, including Tufts University, North Shore Community College, Middlesex Community College, Bunker Hill Community College, Harvard University, and Cambridge College. Known for its award-winning academic programs, Reading’s public school system also plays a large part in the community.

Living in Reading, you’ll enjoy easy access to Boston’s popular attractions, as well as many of New England’s beautiful beaches. Reading is also situated near several major highways and is 15 minutes from Logan International Airport, which makes for convenient travel. But you don’t have to travel to enjoy a day of fun. For recreation, visit one of the area’s numerous parks and fields, or visit the Burbank Arena Skating Rink for a day on the ice. Reading is also home to several historic sites, including the Parker Tavern, a 17th century home maintained by the Reading Antiquarian Society, and St. Athanasius Parish, which has a roof that is one of the largest hyperbolic paraboloids in the Western Hemisphere.

Renting an apartment in Reading allows you to have the best of both world: small-town living in an historic city with access to all the excitement of Boston.

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