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Popular Brookline Apartments
Boston, Massachusetts, 02118
1 BedroomUp to $2,900
2 BedroomsUp to $3,000
3 BedroomsUp to $4,200
Brighton, Massachusetts, 02135
2 Bedrooms$1,839 - $3,364
3 Bedrooms$2,159 - $4,780
Boston, Massachusetts, 02215
Studio/1 BedroomPlease Call
Boston, Massachusetts, 02120
1 Bedroom$1,800 - $3,215
2 Bedrooms$2,860 - $3,375
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Brookline apartments are expertly laid out near city popular destinations and appealing during all four seasons - there are different well-appointed apartments available for rent both southeast of city center and in many other captivating neighborhoods as well. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Brookline, your new city!
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Home Sweet Home in Brookline
Brookline is in Massachusetts in Norfolk County. The town almost completely surrounds Boston and until 1705, when it was incorporated, Brookline was actually considered part of Boston. The town has managed to maintain its independence from the big city and so has kept its own unique, charming identity. Brookline is made up of small neighborhoods and is very pedestrian friendly. With excellent schools, easy big city access, beautiful landscaping, and lots of parks, Brookline-ites are truly lucky to call this New England town home.
Before searching for your new place, check out our website for great tips and tricks, and tasty tidbits on how to find the best place for you. Once you’ve had your fill, you can get an inside view at what life is like in Brookline. Want to know more about the public schools in the area? Where to get the best cup-o-chowder? Or maybe you’d like to know where the best dog-friendly parts of town are for your dear Doberman. No problem. Any Brookline questions you have can be answered by using our “Ask a Question” feature. A local expert will get back to you with answers to all your burning questions.
Brookline Rental Rates
Brookline rental rates are high so make sure you use our handy apartment finder to find the best deals in town. Are you looking for something with easy access to your job in Boston? Looking for something with a view of the Charles River? Or maybe you’re a Kennedy junky and want to be as close as possible to the Kennedy Historic Site. Whatever it is that you are looking for you can find it with the help of our apartment finder. So how much will an apartment in Brookline cost? The table on this page will give you a general idea. Rates are fairly high here, but keep in mind how much Brookline has so much to offer.
The Brookline Life
Part of the charm of Brookline is that there are dozens of historic sites to visit. You can really feel the past come alive just by walking around the city. Visit the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in the beautiful Larz Anderson Park to check out a cool collection of rare and antique cars. They also have some great exhibits on auto history. You’ll also want to be sure to stop by the Carriage House. The Carriage House was built in 1888 and is a National Historic Site.
The Kennedys lived in Brookline and the house where John F. Kennedy grew up is another National Historic Site in town. The John F. Kennedy National Historic Site is worth a visit for anyone who would like to know more about the 35th president of the United States and what life was like for the family growing up here.
The Country Club in town doesn’t need to give itself a less generic name. Instead it’s completely embracing the fact that it was the very first country club in the United States. The club was founded way back in 1882. The golf course is exquisite and is consistently ranked one of the top golf courses in both the country and the world.
Back to the Present
Plenty of interesting shopping and dining opportunities are available in Brookline including lots of ethnic food and fine dining. You’ll find great restaurants that serve delicious Japanese, Thai, Mexican, Indian, and just about every other type of food you can think of. Brookline also has its own working farm. Allandale Farm offers events, workshops, a CSA program, and sells delicious produce and homemade products at farm stands. Coolidge Corner and Brookline Village have interesting galleries and shops—some that will even give you two bangs for your buck. Gateway Arts supports artists with disabilities while Ten Thousand Villages and Crossroads Trade are fair trade shops that import their stock from artisans from all over the world who are paid fair wages.
Find your apartment in Brookline and join a population of almost 60,000 happy people who enjoy rolling hills, historic Victorian architecture, a rich history, beautiful playgrounds, parks, gardens, and an excellent school district. The diverse community has a wonderfully balanced mixture of urban and suburban living. In Brookline you’ll have that big city atmosphere with a heavy dose of New England country charm. What more could a New Englander want?
Average Apartment Rent in Brookline, Massachusetts
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Brookline Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Brookline have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Brookline apartment was $2,639 in August. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Brookline rentals listed below.
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