There are few places like our Princeton on Beacon Street apartments in Brookline, Massachusetts. Once you’ve visited, there will be no place you would rather be! Set in Coolidge Corner , Princeton on Beacon Street is one of the most gracious urban residential areas around Boston. With the Green Line in walking distance, this location allows you to access everything Boston has to offer with just a quick walk. The studio and one bedroom apartment homes are enhanced by the 10-foot ceilings, traditional woodwork, and hardwood floors. Moving in will be stress free with our newly constructed state-of-the-art- elevator. Call today to schedule a tour today at our Brookline apartments!
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At Princeton on Beacon Street, we feel your pets are members of our extended family, so we strive to make them feel right at home. Our community welcomes kitties of all kinds. For each cat – with a maximum of two – there is a pet rent of $20. Please contact our leasing office to learn more!
Brookline Apartments For Rent
Brookline is an unusual urban and suburban enclave surrounded by the City of Boston, just minutes from Back Bay, downtown, and other parts of the city, and offers a charming mix of vibrant life and attractive amenities. Brookline is home to a variety of longstanding mom-and-pop shops, bookstores, renowned restaurants and cultural institutions, including two National Park Sites, Allandale Farm and the Coolidge Corner Theatre. The Town of Brookline continues to be a safe and highly desirable place to live, due to its proximity to job opportunities, excellent public transportation and school systems, and livable neighborhoods that balance green space, historic preservation, and outstanding commercial services. Surrounded by the City of Boston on three sides, Brookline consists of roughly six square miles of land. The Town, which began as an agricultural community in the 17th century, became a streetcar suburb of Boston during the mid-19th century. By 1900, most of the remaining farmland had been divided into residential developments that were supported by the existing mass transit linkages. Brookline’s transformation from farm to suburb meant that, unlike many other Massachusetts towns, it never had significant industrial areas. Currently less than 6% of Town land is zoned for commercial use.
Enjoy all the conveniences of Boston, in a more peaceful small-town setting, and just a short walk away.
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Are you looking for an Brookline apartments for Rent? Princeton Properties has you covered with Princeton on Beacon St. Amazing location and fantastic amenities mean you get everything you need to take your new challenge head on. We also have properties in Boston and other neighborhoods if you’d like to get even closer to the action. 3200 Washington St, 381 Congress St, and The Graphic, are all wonderful communities in or around Boston. Reach out to learn about how we can help you find your new Brookline apartment!