Brookline Village Apartments
Finding a suitable apartment to rent in Brookline’s popular Brookline Village neighborhood is easier said than done. Situated just north of Massachusetts Route 9 and just west of the Muddy River, this neighborhood is the historic center of town. Here, you will find important spots like the town hall and the public library. One of the biggest commercial areas in town, Washington Street, is also a registered historic district, and you can catch the Green Line at the Brookline Village MBTA station.
With so many amenities and features packed into a small area – along with close access to the Green Line – it’s little wonder that many people zero in on Brookline Village when looking for a place to rent. Like the rest of the town and metro region, however, vacancy rates tend to be very low, and rental prices tend to be on the higher end of the scale. Navigating the rental market here can be very tricky, so it helps enormously to have the right help. Boston City Properties is here to provide it. We’ll give you free, immediate access to our searchable database of MA rental listings so you can check current availability in a snap, and we can also refer you to a skilled local real estate agent who can assist you further.
In the meantime, here are a few popular options to consider when kick-starting your search for Brookline Village apartments:
- Village at Brookline – Built in 1978, this seven-story building is located at 77 Village Way and contains 191 apartment homes for rent. Dogs and cats are both permitted, but monthly pet rent applies. You can rent a parking space in the garage here for $175 per month, which is fairly competitive. The premises includes many key amenities, including a fitness center, a courtyard and a dog run. Apartments here include townhouse-style floorplans. Many include private balconies or patios and even skylights. Elegant touches like hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and walk-in closets make apartments here feel a bit more on the luxurious side. A one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment here offers around 625 square feet of space and rents for around $2,800 per month. Two-bedroom, two-bathroom units offer around 975 square feet and rent for around $3,500. There are also three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom apartments with 1,600 square feet of space that rent for around $5,700 per month and sprawling four-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom townhouse-style units offering 1,700-plus square feet that rent for around $5,800 and up per month.
- Serenity – Located at 101 South Huntington Avenue, which is technically in Jamaica Plain but directly adjacent to Brookline, Serenity is a newer complex that was built in 2017. It is housed in a 15-story building that includes 195 stylish apartment homes. Residents here enjoy the use of a state-of-the-art fitness center and a nicely appointed resident lounge. There is also a courtyard, and the lobby level includes a stretch of retail establishments for residents’ convenience. Apartments here boast engineered stone countertops, tile backsplashes, stainless steel appliances, open floorplans, in-unit washers and dryers and much more. Studios here offer around 560 square feet and rent for around $2,600 per month. A one-bedroom unit at Serenity offers between 630 and 700 square feet of space and rents for between $2,300 and $4,000 per month. Two-bedroom, two-bathroom units offer between 875 and 1,250 square feet and rent for between $2,900 and $4,400 per month while three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments offer 1,100 to 1,350 square feet of space and rent for between $4,100 and $4,800 per month.
If you’re ready to kick-start your search for Brookline Village Apartments, contact Boston City Properties today.