Amenities & Apartment Information
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!
Harvard Ave @ Commonwealth Ave Bus Stop 0.2 mi (6 min away)
Harvard St @ Coolidge St Bus Stop 0.4 mi (9 min away)
Harvard St opp Verndale St Bus Stop 0.2 mi (6 min away)
Harvard St @ Verndale St Bus Stop 0.2 mi (6 min away)
The Glenville Stops
Nearby Colleges & Universities
Recommended Annual Gross Income
$132,240 - $158,688
Have You Considered Buying Your Own Home?
Instead of paying $3,306/mo in rent, these homes may have a similar monthly mortgage.
This is an estimate based on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage at 3.0% interest, 20% down payment, $120/mo homeowners insurance, and the average $10.90 property tax rate in the Boston area. Actual interest rates, property taxes, and homeowners insurance will vary. Does not include additional expenses or fees such as closing costs, PMI, or HOA fees. Buyers must complete their own due diligence based on current market conditions.