Amenities & Apartment Information
Located on Brighton
Brighton’s commercial center and Historic District, Brighton Center is a lively hub for bar hoppers and foodies. Mom and pop bakeries fill the streets with the scent of baked goods in the mornings, only to be replaced by the smells of a variety of delicious restaurants including staples like Brighton Bodega whose globally inspired menu changes daily. It can easily be argued it is one of the most historically significant areas within Brighton, and to this day is where the hustle and bustle of Brighton is concentrated. Express buses in Brighton center offer a quick ride to Downtown Boston, but it can also be very easily accessed via the Green line B line.
Market St @ Washington St Bus Stop 0.2 mi (4 min away)
Washington St @ Chestnut Hill Ave Bus Stop 0.2 mi (4 min away)
Washington St @ Foster St Bus Stop 0.2 mi (4 min away)
Washington St @ Market St Bus Stop 0.1 mi (3 min away)
Washington St @ Market St Bus Stop 0.2 mi (4 min away)
Bangkok Bistro Thai
Jim's Deli & Restaurant
Little Pizza King
Recommended Annual Gross Income
$116,000 - $139,200
You + 2 Roommates, Each:
$38,667 - $46,400
Have You Considered Buying Your Own Home?
Instead of paying $2,900/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.