Brookline Apartments for Rent: 4 Listings

Though it is surrounded on all sides by neighborhoods of Boston, Brookline is it’s own city, with it’s own government, police department, schools, etc. Brookline has preserved all of its’ historical charm—picturesque tree lined streets, well manicured parks, and its’ quaint yet lively shopping areas --it offers young and old alike, the perfect combination of urban and suburban life. Centered on Beacon Street and Harvard St. is Coolidge Corner, the busiest and most popular area of Brookline. It is a great place to shop, go for coffee or ice cream, browse at the bookstore, meet up for a drink or dinner, or catch a movie at the beautifully preserved Coolidge Corner Theater. A bit further down Harvard St. from Coolidge Corner is the most historic part of Brookline --Brookline Village. Popular with the medical community because it borders the Longwood medical area and is on the D line, the fastest of the Green line trains. A bit further down Beacon Street at the intersection of Washington Street, is Washington Square, with its’ many notable restaurants, pubs and coffee shops. Brookline parks are outstanding, and are one of the only places in Boston area where you can let your furry friend run without a leash, thanks to Brookline’s “Green Dog” program!

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PictureDescriptionCityNeighborhoodBedroomBathroomAvailableRentFee
Apartment Picture Coolidge Corner Studio - Renovated Kitchen - Heat/Hot Included

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BrooklineCoolidge CornerStudio11/1/2018$1,695Full Fee
Apartment Picture Brookline Washington Square - 1+ BR

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BrooklineWashington Square1+112/7/2017$1,700Full Fee
Apartment Picture Brookline Washington Square - 1+ BR

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BrooklineWashington Square1+112/7/2017$1,850Full Fee
Apartment Picture Coolidge Corner One Bed with Parking - Heat/Hot Included - Steps to T

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BrooklineCoolidge Corner1112/8/2017$2,100Full Fee