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Average Rent in Milford, NH

Avg. RentAnnual Change
Milford Studio - $1,556+2%
Milford 1 Bed - $1,711+5%
Milford 2 Beds - $1,875-13%
Last updated 6/23/2024

Local Guide

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Local Reviews

Close to cheap gas stations and a 99 cent store nearby that I browse occasionally when I'm bored. East town to navigate

It's close to downtown. It's close to 4 freeways. Close to public transportation. It's also very close to downtown Los Angeles

1. I like our local bar 2. I love our local park. It's great to go out with my family on the weekends

1. I like the bars around the neighborhood 2. There are shops nearby for me to buy things 3. Sometimes I go to the nearby park

I like going to parks where there are usable soccer nets so that friends and family cannot gather to play

I like to go with family and friends to the park and stores while walking to them in the night park.

Demographics

Education

High School

36%

Associate's

30%

Bachelor's

23%

Master's

11%

Doctorate

0%

Family Size

2 people

46%

3 people

27%

4 people

13%

5 people

10%

6+ people

4%

Household Income

0-50k

36%

50-100k

28%

100-150k

23%

150-200k

9%

200k+

5%

Age

0-10

12%

10-20

11%

20-45

32%

45-65

28%

65+

17%

Affordability

Percentage: 3/53/5

Renters gave this area a 3 out of 5 for affordability

Last updated 6/23/2024

*The rent information included in this summary is based on a median calculation of multifamily rental property inventory on Apartment Guide and Rent.com over the past 12-months and is for illustrative purposes only. This information does not constitute a pricing guarantee or financial advice related to the rental market.

Rent Trends

Average rent in Milford, NH

In Milford, NH, as of 2024, the average rent for apartments ranges from $1,556 to $1,875. Specifically, the average rent for a studio apartment in Milford, NH is $1,556. For those seeking a 1-bedroom apartments, the average rent is $1,711. And for a 2-bedroom apartment, renters can expect to pay an average of $1,875.

Annual Rent Change Over the Past 12 Months

Studio

+2%

Changed from $1,525 to $1,556
1 Bed

+5%

Changed from $1,630 to $1,711
2 Beds

-13%

Changed from $2,155 to $1,875
Last updated 6/23/2024

Rent Ranges

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City1 Bed Avg RentAnnual Change
Charlestown$4,708-13%
Boston$3,939-4%
Roxbury$3,750+26%
Cambridge$3,671+4%
Chestnut Hill$3,380-10%
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Brighton$3,262+30%
Dorchester$3,166--
Somerville$2,995-4%
South Boston$2,937+1%
Brookline$2,886+7%
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Allston$2,675-15%
Nashua$2,075+19%
Lowell$2,009+6%
Worcester$1,812+15%
Manchester$1,750-4%
City2 Beds Avg RentAnnual Change
Boston$5,267+6%
Allston$4,925+16%
Cambridge$4,772+1%
Brighton$4,638+72%
Chestnut Hill$4,460-7%
Brookline$4,032+10%
Roxbury$3,966+7%
Jamaica Plain$3,962+13%
Somerville$3,637-2%
Dorchester$3,464--
South Boston$3,447-2%
Newton$3,000-20%
Lowell$2,324-1%
Nashua$2,312+6%
Worcester$2,174+12%
Manchester$2,130+5%

Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

30%

15-30 Mins

22%

30-40 Mins

24%

40-60 Mins

14%

60+ Mins

10%

Transportation Scores

Percentage: 3434

Walk Score®

Walkable

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Has Sidewalks

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Percentage: 2424

Bike Score®

Bike Friendly

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Area Amenities

Top Score

Gas Stations

2/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Honk if you see a gas station.

  1. A high number of gas stations per resident
  2. 49% fewer gas stations than average
  3. 100% more gas stations than areas of a similar size

Grocery Stores

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

This supermarket score is far from superior.

  1. Few grocery stores per resident
  2. 91% fewer grocery stores than average
  3. 50% fewer grocery stores than areas of a similar size

Restaurants

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Better stock your pantry because the restaurant scene is paltry.

  1. A high number of restaurants per resident
  2. 75% fewer restaurants than average
  3. 15% fewer restaurants than areas of a similar size

Coffee

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Stock up on your home beans, because this place is out of brew.

  1. A high number of coffee shops per resident
  2. 82% fewer coffee shops than average
  3. 67% more coffee shops than areas of a similar size

Nightlife

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Disco is definitely dead around here.

  1. Few bars and clubs per resident
  2. 85% fewer bars and clubs than average
  3. 58% fewer bars and clubs than areas of a similar size

Parks

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Room for improvement. More parks please.

  1. Few parks per resident
  2. 100% fewer parks than average
  3. 100% fewer parks than areas of a similar size

Retail Shops

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

This place is great for recovering shopaholics - a low retail score.

  1. A high number of shops per resident
  2. 76% fewer shops than average
  3. 29% fewer shops than areas of a similar size

Health and Fitness

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Do you even lift, bro? Milford is weak on fitness.

  1. A high number of gyms per resident
  2. 75% fewer gyms than average
  3. 23% fewer gyms than areas of a similar size

Pet Services

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

We're not mutts about Milford.

  1. A high number of pet facilities per resident
  2. 75% fewer pet facilities than average
  3. 9% fewer pet facilities than areas of a similar size

Fine Arts

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

An all around mediocre performance for art.

  1. A high number of fine art centers per resident
  2. 75% fewer fine art centers than average
  3. A standard number of fine art centers compared to areas of a similar size

Medical Care

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

The lack of medical care round here is a little hard to swallow

  1. Few medical facilities per resident
  2. 100% fewer medical facilities than average
  3. 100% fewer medical facilities than areas of a similar size

Area Features

Area Has Kids Play Outside

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Noise Late At Night

No

Say 3 of 3 renters

Area Has Litter

No

Say 3 of 3 renters

Near Grocery Stores

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Nearby Parks

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Near Schools

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Pet Friendly

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Quiet Area

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Good Place To Raise A Family

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Safe For Families

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Well Lit

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Maintained Yards

Yes

Say 3 of 3 renters

Busy Streets

No

Say 2 of 3 renters

Near Downtown

Yes

Say 2 of 3 renters

Near Highways

Yes

Say 2 of 3 renters

Nice Views

Yes

Say 2 of 3 renters

Tree Lined Streets

Yes

Say 2 of 3 renters

Mostly Older Buildings

Yes

Say 2 of 3 renters

Area Has Potholes

Yes

Say 2 of 3 renters

Mostly Newer Buildings

No

Say 3 of 3 renters

Schools

Percentage: 4/54/5

School Score

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Top Schools in Milford

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About

Milford, NH

Overview of Milford

Milford apartments for rent can be found all across the 25.41 square miles of this New Hampshire town. The community had an estimated population of 15,115 people as of 2010 and is located in the southern portion of the state, near the Massachusetts border.

The town sits roughly 10 miles west of Nashua and provides access to major roads, including Routes 3 and 101, which allow easy transportation to Manchester and Boston as well. Milford has the nickname of "Granite Town in the Granite State," as the area is full of high-quality granite quarries. However, the town most likely received its name from a shallow water crossing on the Souhegan River that is near an early mill site known as Mill Ford.

Living in Milford, NH

The town of Milford was incorporated in 1794, with land portions from Hollis, Amherst and the Mile Slip, which was a strip of land that stretched between the Dunstable grant and the Raby grant. Milford apartments for rent provide residents with a rich history that they can be proud of, as at one point in time, Milford was a major stop on the Underground Railroad.

A popular area of town is the historic downtown district, located in the heart of the community. Here people can find numerous shops, a thriving business hub and residential sector. Milford's most prized and important historic asset can be found here in the Town Hall belfry: Paul Revere's Bell. This bell has hung in the Milford Town Hall since 1869, and only eight other Paul Revere bells exist that are older than Milford's.

Milford Work and Study

Business professionals can find an appropriate setting among Milford apartments. The Town of Milford website revealed that there was an estimated 350 employers in the city as of 2000. Among the major employers are Hitchiner Manufacturing Corp, Citronics, Norton Ceramics, Airmar Technology Corporation and the Milford School District.

Students have a number of educational facilities within reach, including the Daniel Webster College, Nashua Community College and Rivier University in the nearby town of Nashua, as well as Saint Anselm College in Manchester. Daniel Webster is a four-year, private institution that enrolls approximately 650 students, while Nashua Community College was established in 1970 and has undergone a series of renovations recently. Saint Anselm College was named one of America's "Colleges with a Conscience" by The Princeton Review for consistently focused on reshaping the world for good.

Rentals in Milford, NH and Cost of Living

According to data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau, Milford rentals have a vacancy rate of 7.7 percent, and the median rent was $1,071 as of 2010. Nearly half of all renters fall in the gross rent range of $1,000 to $1,499, with 86.3 percent of all renters falling in the wider range of $750 to $1,500 or more. The data further indicated that roughly 38.9 percent of total renters reported spending 35 percent or more of their household income on gross rental costs.

City-Data information revealed that in March 2012, the cost of living in Milford was 17.9 percent higher than the national average.

Milford Attractions and Special Events

There are a number of area attractions at the doorsteps of those living in Milford apartments, including the Milford Historical Society Museum. The museum was established in a Greek revival structure constructed in 1853. Visitors can appreciate the community history and culture through a series of exhibits that include late Victorian-era home furnishings and the log cabin exhibit.

Those interested in outdoor recreation can explore the Souhegan River, which flows for 31 miles through a number of communities, including Milford. The river is formed where the south and west branches meet in the town of New Ipswich, flowing through Greenville and Wilton before arriving in Milford.

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Nashua, NH 10.4 miles$2,075$2,312
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