Sun-filled spacious one bedroom found on the second floor of a Victorian home.
Fully furnished unit offers hwd floors, high ceilings, large living room with a futon sofa that converts into a bed, dining table and flat screen Tv. Kitchen features gas cooking and small breakfast bar with seating for two. Bedroom is furnished with a Queen Sleigh bed , dressers and desk . Modern bath with glass shower doors completes this beautiful one bedroom furnished unit.
Laptop friendly workplace
Iron and ironing board
Flat Screen TV
Fully equipped eat-in kitchen
Regular coffee maker
Carbon monoxide detector
Stove / Oven
Brookline Village captures the quaint small-town feel in the mix of busy city streets. Traditional shops and small restaurants line either side of the street creating a charismatic neighborhood. Brookline Village is full of activity with constant cars and diverse people walking the street, from business people, visitors to Brookline Town Hall, or locals enjoying the neighborhood.
Today, Brookline Village maintains its history and keeps the feel of a small town in a big city. A pleasant hubbub of people continually walks throughout Brookline Village. The streets are clean and comfortable with small, cozy shops, neighborhood restaurants, and many offices. A tall black clock stands in the center of the split between Harvard Street and Washington Street and in front of the large “Brookline Village” sign on the side of a building. The clock reads “Francis J. Hickey Triangle,” commemorating Francis J. Hickey, a soldier and community leader of Brookline who devoted his life to bettering Brookline Village and the town of Brookline.
Located at one mile to Longwood Medical hospitals, 3 minute walk to D line, 1/2 mile to Brookline Villages shops, restaurants, and cafes and 3/4 mile to Coolidge Corner featuring trader Joes, restaurants, movie theater and more.