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Month - Month 4 bedroom 2 bath

Hi, Available Sept 1st. I am looking for a family moving to the city or anyone moving looking for a shorter term lease 1-4 months) until they find a p...

Availability Unknown $ 1,400
Fully Furnished 1 Bedroom - Brunswick Street - Available Now

Located at 255 Brunswick Street, walking distance to everything Fredericton has to offer, this fully furnished month to month rental is a one bedroom,...

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Shared room near uptown

Clean and nee house in a good locality available immediately

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Private room available in Fredericton 2 min walk to UNB

Private room available 2 min walk to UNB from June 1st in a quiet neighborhood. Preferred female.

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Furnished bachelor next to UNB campus all inclusive $850

Looking for mature,clean and non drinker person preferable a student

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Takeover

$800 All included for one room 4 bedrooms furnished SHORT TERM

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Fully Furnished One Bedroom Executive Suite

The Tranquility Suites This fully furnished One Bedroom Apartment will be your home away from home. Located in a estate like setting. Professionally d...

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Waterfront cottage for rent

Waterfront cottage for rent. It is 5 bedrooms 1.5 bath. Great for family and friends part make memories. Fully furnished located 6 footbridge lane Pri...

Apartment & House Rentals In Fredericton New Brunswick

If you’re looking for a haven for music and craft, and want to be a part of the fastest growing city in New Brunswick, then finding apartments for rent in Fredericton will be a pleasant affair. It is the capital of the province but New Brunswick's third largest city. Why is it that people come in droves? It's inexpensive, attractive, peaceful, and has a rising abundance of jobs. Fredericton's IT industry is on the rise, attracting an influx of single-coming young people.

Renting apartments in Fredericton is accessible, and there is much to do beyond the 9-5, including visiting the Theater Playhouse, wandering along the Saint John Canal, perusing the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, enjoying the Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival, or relaxing in many of the city's parks. The town is also home to New Brunswick University, Saint Thomas University, New Brunswick College of Art and Architecture, and Forest Science Maritime College. The board of local schools has both an Anglophone branch and a francophone one. Life here comes with a good sense of culture, for Frederictonian. People here are very welcoming and polite. Just like most New Brunswick, the town is mainly English speaking.