Open Spaces and Natural Features
Melrose is a picturesque suburban neighborhood located just north of Boston, Massachusetts. Melrose is an ideal place for outdoor activities and exploring the neighborhood on foot. The neighborhood's low crime rate and well-maintained public spaces, make it a desirable place for families to settle down and raise children. While Melrose is primarily a residential neighborhood, it offers a range of entertainment and recreational options. Residents can explore the neighborhood's local shops, boutiques, and restaurants, which provide a cozy and welcoming atmosphere.

Melrose has a diverse housing market that showcases a blend of architectural styles, ranging from historic Victorian houses to modern constructions. Melrose offers a quieter atmosphere compared to the city of Boston. However, residents can still enjoy a variety of local dining options. For those seeking a livelier nightlife scene, the Oak Grove Station, located just outside the neighborhood, offers a direct connection to downtown Boston via the Orange Line.
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Best Apartments
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Studio $1,880
1 Bed $1,985
2 Beds $2,490

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1 Bed $2,212
3 Beds $3,410

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1 Bed $2,220
2 Beds $2,705

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Studio $2,112
1 Bed $1,975
2 Beds $2,514

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