Cleveland Circle Apartments
Finding a suitable apartment to rent in Brookline’s popular Cleveland Circle neighborhood can feel like an uphill battle. Although technically located in the city of Brighton and the commercial center of that city’s Aberdeen neighborhood, it is within close proximity of Chestnut Hill and other Brookline areas. The area is served by the Cleveland Circle station, where you can catch the Green Line of the MBTA. The neighborhood is also known for its schools, which include Boston College and Newbury College.
Because this neighborhood is home to several institutes of higher learning, it has a large but transient student population. This can make it even trickier to rent an apartment in this area because competition for the best and more affordable apartments is extremely fierce, and many have leases that start on September 1st. It helps enormously to have a skilled real estate agent by your side when searching for apartments to rent here, and Boston City Properties can refer you to one whenever you are ready.
Boston City Properties can also give you free, immediate access to our massive online database of searchable MA real estate and rental listings. Once you’ve gained access, you can use the powerful search tool to specify specific neighborhoods, towns or cities, and you can even search by zip code. Adjust preferences for things like total square footage, total beds and baths and price range to more quickly zero in on something that suits your needs. Our database is the fastest, easiest way to check current availability for Cleveland Circle apartments for rent.
After narrowing things down a bit, you’re going to want to go out and visit the places on your list to see how they translate in person. Contact Boston City Properties for a referral to a local real estate professional who can take you to check out apartments, assist in negotiations and otherwise guide you through the complex leasing process. In the meantime, you can gain some clarity about what to expect in terms of the types of apartments that are available in this area, including sizes and prices, from the examples below:
- 1850 Beacon Street – Pets are not permitted in this building, which is a rarity for apartment developments in the city. Still, garage parking is available, and washers and dryers are included in all units. Therefore, you never have to worry about hauling your laundry to the building’s facility or out to a laundromat. A two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit in this building offers around 920 square feet of space and currently rents for around $2,900 per month.
- 1793 Beacon Street – Cats are permitted in this building, but dogs are not allowed. You can pay extra rent to secure a parking space in the surface lot, which is a nice perk. Apartments here aren’t particularly huge, but they are of top-notch quality and include many nice features. For example, a three-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in this building offers around 1,100 square feet of space. Currently, this type of apartment rents for around $3,500 per month.
- 30 Kilsyth Road – Dogs are permitted at this small building, which offers nicely appointed apartments for rent for fairly reasonable prices. Its proximity to major colleges and commercial areas makes it a popular draw for students and working professionals alike. A one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in this building offers around 700 square feet of space, and you can expect to pay around $2,200 per month to rent it.
Trying to secure a suitable apartment in Cleveland Circle on your own is a recipe for disaster. With help from a qualified real estate agent who is referred to you by Boston City Properties, you’ll have the insider connections and knowledge that are needed to find a place that truly suits your needs, lifestyle and budget. Check current availability for what you need right now in our searchable listings, and contact us when you are ready for a referral to a local real estate agent who can assist you further.