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Old 01-01-2017, 12:36 PM
 
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What is the cheapest apartment for rent (at least 100 sq feet) that is very close (.3 miles) to a decent (or better) fitness gym that in open to the public in New Hampshire? Apartment complexes with decent fitness gyms that are open to residents count.

If a home for sale somehow was move in ready, at least 100 sq feet, and .3 miles from a decent, public fitness gym, and less than $40,000, that would be interesting (e.g., in Berlin). A condo or town home with a low HOA that meets the requirements above would be interesting too.
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Old 01-01-2017, 01:40 PM
 
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Any city in particular in NH?

Some colleges let the general public exercise in their student facilities for a fee. Near a college may have micro-apartments in the area, too.
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Old 01-01-2017, 05:59 PM
 
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Any city/town in NH will work. I'd like the apartment to be quiet and affordable.
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Old 01-15-2017, 09:38 AM
 
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Gyms tend to be very expensive in our part of NH (northern). They lock out "undesirables" this way by making the prices high. Only elitists who work at certain places (PERKS) can go there or if people are wealthy enough to afford them.

Look for a Planet Fitness if any exist in NH. The costs seem reasonable.
Maybe a YMCA?
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Old 01-23-2017, 08:37 AM
 
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Gyms tend to be very expensive in our part of NH (northern). They lock out "undesirables" this way by making the prices high. Only elitists who work at certain places (PERKS) can go there or if people are wealthy enough to afford them.

Look for a Planet Fitness if any exist in NH. The costs seem reasonable.
Maybe a YMCA?
Planet Fitness has several locations in NH and pay $10/mo. I use the one in Plaistow. It's about 5-10 min from our condo. There's also a. YMCA IN Plaistow. I don't know about apartments in this area.
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Old 01-25-2017, 05:41 AM
 
Location: Madbury, NH
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I was going to say in Durham there is housing near campus for about 650/mo....small, but even furnished. You could go work out at the Whitt @ UNH, but that costs 525/yr now for a gym, but it offers a lot more than just weights....but they just re-did it and it is open to public and is within 6 blocks or so from downtown Durham. I know there are condos in Dover too, but I think the gym would be at least 1.5 miles to Planet Fitness. You could bike to it, or take the bus. Condos are 50K-ish off Henry Law, maybe some in 40s....Cricketbrook? I think they are about 450 s.f., and they are like 700-ish/mo.....for rent.
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