Five Cute Apartments for Rent around Coolidge Corner
Including a studio, four-bedroom, and covetable options in between.
Apartment hunting in Boston is overwhelming for a whole slew of reasons—heavy competition, pricing, and spiraling out of control on Craigslist are just a few of them. So, for your convenience, we’re highlighting a few Zumper listings with one unique characteristic. Last time, we took a look at some Jamaica Plain apartments close to T stations; for this round, we’ve gathered up some of the cutest Coolidge Corner apartments for rent at the moment—because September 1 has (thankfully) passed, but all the good apartments are definitely not gone.
Below, peruse five apartments for rent near Coolidge Corner.
1284 Beacon St. #410, Brookline
Rent: $1,995 per month
A building with an elevator, fitness center, and cat-friendly apartment right on Beacon Street? Yes, it’s real. There’s also on-site bike storage, though the C branch of the Green Line (and Trader Joe’s) is right at your feet as well. Make it yours, starting October 7.
154 Harvard St. #1A, Brookline
Rent: $4,000 per month
Available now, this four-bedroom is packed with all of the good stuff: in-unit laundry, a renovated kitchen and bath, and cozy exposed brick. A breakfast bar separates the kitchen from the open living room, which boasts a sweet decorative fireplace–throw some bookends on top of the mantel to create a miniature library.
20 Chapel St. #404, Brookline
Rent: $3,315 per month
A half mile from Coolidge Corner, this one-bedroom unit actually sits closest to D Line stop at Longwood. Though $3,000-plus for a one-bedroom is not quite affordable, to say the least, and well more than the other options on this list, it’s truly spacious enough for two. The nearly 800 square feet comprise a polished bathroom, kitchen—which comes with a massive granite-topped island and breakfast bar—and an open-concept dining and living room.
123 Freeman St. #2, Brookline
Rent: $3,200 per month
Ready for new tenants starting January 1, this renovated apartment hovers near the Allston border, granting easy access to the B Line (the closest stop is at Boston University West), the C Line (Kent Street is even closer than Coolidge Corner, which is just 10 minutes away), and even the D Line (Fenway is only about a 15 minute walk from the apartment). The unit itself is just as convenient, with a sparkling stacked laundry unit and all-stainless appliances, including a dishwasher.
Beacon St. #2A, Brookline
Rent: $2,900 per month
Looking for a new place in the imminent future? This one is available for October 1, and it is adorable. A tin-tile backsplash gussies up the eat-in kitchen, while also coordinating well with the stainless steel appliances. A lovely decorative fireplace sits in the dining portion of the room, which opens into a spacious and sunlit living area. An in-building elevator can bring you from the laundry on the basement level to the common deck on the roof.
Note: Although Zumper’s apartment inventory is updated in real time, these listings are not guaranteed to be available. Check in with a listing’s leasing office to confirm availability and to schedule tours.
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