$2,800 SQFT: N/A
Available 10/15/2019
4 Beds 1 Bath
BOSTON - ALLSTON
Primary Amenities
Outdoor Space

Property Description

Wonderful 4 bed 1 bath in Allston
AVAILABLE NOW
Living room
Eat in kitchen
Hardwood floors
Porch
Close to Green Line T Stop

A busy city neighborhood, Allston has plenty to offer its residents- from the vibrant music and art scene to the delicious restaurants, locals have plenty of entertainment options to choose from. It is close and easily accessible to/ from Brighton, Fenway, Cambridge, Brookline, and Newton- several stops along the B line run through Commonwealth Ave. in Allston as well as multiple bus routes. Large apartment buildings can be found more commonly in Allston than other areas of Boston, but 2 and 3 family homes can be commonly found on the side streets. Moving to Allston? Don’t forget to check out what locals refer to as “Allston Christmas”- an unofficial holiday where shortly after September 1st, residents moving out of their homes will exchange old belongings with new residents moving in!

Transportation Options
Griggs St - Inbound Bus Stop 0.1 mi (3 min away)
Griggs St - Outbound Bus Stop 0.1 mi (3 min away)
Griggs Street Train Station 0.1 mi (3 min away)
Harvard St opp Verndale St Bus Stop 0.2 mi (5 min away)
Harvard St @ Verndale St Bus Stop 0.2 mi (4 min away)

Nearby Places
Hopewell
Rubin's Kosher Delicatessen and Restaurant
Starbucks
The Avenue
The Glenville Stops

Full Amenities List

Building

  • Rear Porch
  • Pool
  • Heat Type: Oil

Unit

  • Floor Type: Hardwood
  • Living Room
  • Balcony

Kitchen

  • Granite Countertops
  • Stainless Appliances
  • Energy Star Appliances

General

  • Oil Heat
  • Rear Porch Outdoor Space

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Price Comparision

This apartment is 23.08% less expensive than the average price of $3,640 for 4 bedroom apartments in Boston. It's rare to find an apartment this far below the average rent price in Boston. Units like this rent quickly. Contact us about this unit before it's gone!
Rental Affordability
Recommended $112,000 - $134,400 Annual Gross Income
A range of 25-30% is usually the recommended amount of household or combined gross income to spend on rent. This is also what many landlords are looking for in a prospective tenant, a group of roommates, or their cosigner(s). Remember, this is just a suggestion and does not take into account any other expenses you may have.

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