Available 9/1! Updated top floor, bright and sunny apartment with skyline views in a classic New England Character building. High ceilings, large windows, renovated open kitchen with gas cooking, private back deck, gleaming hardwood floors, in unit laundry, ample storage including built-ins, full pantry and California closet. Rent includes heat, hot water and an off street parking space. All with a walk score of 85! Everything you need is just outside the door.Steps to Allston St. T stop for B Green Line; 5 min to Whole Foods; 10 min to WashingtonSquare & 15 min to Coolidge Corner.
Mark Twain said, "In Boston they ask, how much does he know? In New York, how much is he worth? In Philadelphia, who were his parents?" With its numerous universities, rich history, and its role as a leader in innovation and entrepreneurship, this quote still holds true today -- Boston respects knowledge. The colleges and universities in Boston include Harvard, Boston College, Northeastern University, the University of Massachusetts-Boston, the Berklee College of Music, and the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology. There are 54 colleges and universities in the Boston area, dating all the way back to 1636 (when Harvard was established).
Colonists settled Boston in 1630 and named it after Boston in Lincolnshire, England. Boston played a crucial role in the American Revolution, being the site of major events like the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party.