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FREE $2000 Gift card for all 2 beds and $1000 gift card for 1 beds with a move in date before September 2nd!! Nestled in the highlands just minutes outside of downtown Boston sits Waltham Overlook, a community where luxury living meets a tranquil community atmosphere. Classic one and two bedroom floor plans accommodate many room arrangements and abundant wall space provides the backdrop for large flat screen TV's while lush landscaping and beautifully kept gardens and flower beds flourish outside. We offer a modern gym with great workout equipment and a full size pool with a grilling station make for a great living experience. Waltham Overlook is one mile from both Interstate 95 and Route 2, offering easy access to all points of Massachusetts and Eastern New England. The MBTA Commuter Rail is nearby and offers easy access to shopping, dining, nightlife, and recreational activities. Move in deposits; 1st month rent, No security for descent credit.
FREE $2000 gift card for a Two-bedroom and $1000 gift card for a One-bed prior to a September 1st move in
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff.
Dog Policy: $50.00 pet rent. Restrictions: No aggressive breeds
Cat Policy: $25.00 pet rent.
Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.
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Keep things the way they are. It works great. If something is changed for the better they do it.
March 29, 2016
The yearly rent increase is a bit much
March 25, 2016
It was a clean, nice apartment with wonderful and helpful staff.
January 29, 2014
Overall my stay at waltham overlook has been good. Only issues I have is the water pressure in which mAnagemen Read Moret fixed right away and laundry machine always broke. The gym and pool in the summer are always clean and very well maintained! Maintenance is very quick to fix any issues they arise.office staff is responsive and friendly. Price for rent goes up after lease ends which is another negative as residents who are loyal should pay the original amount for Lease and not increased rent.
January 24, 2014
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