Furnished Apartments in Brookline

Brookline Serviced Apartments for Rent

A prosperous and well-known town within Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Brookline is a part of the metropolitan zone in Boston. It is adjacent to six key localities, namely Fenway-Kenmore, Brighton, Mission Hill, West Roxbury, Allston and Jamaica Plain. Newtown city lies westwards from Brookline. The town is ranked as one of the best places to live in 2020 by Niche in Massachusetts while being the 10th best place to live in the U.S. Naturally, people prefer furnished apartments in Brookline which offer scope for experiencing this tranquil and charming neighbourhood.

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All of our furnished apartments for rent in Brookline come with the amenities that you require for an enjoyable and pleasant stay. They are equipped with kitchens for home cooking, vital appliances, complimentary Wi-Fi and more such amenities. 

Where to Stay in Brookline 

There are several good neighbourhoods worth considering for your stay in Brookline. They include Brookline Hills and Brookline Village along with the charming Buttonwood Village and Beaconsfield. You can also consider Cottage Farm, Chestnut Hill, Coolidge Corner, Fisher Hill, Corey Hill, Griggs Park, North Brookline and Pill Hill or the High Street Hill as it is also known. Some also prefer Washington Square and The Runkle District.

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Facts About Brookline

Brookline was ranked as the 10th best place to live in America and also the best place to live in Massachusetts in the 2020 rankings by Niche. Brookline was settled as a little Boston hamlet in 1638 while being integrated in 1705 as a separate town.

Here are some more interesting facts about Brookline:

  • The town is the hometown and birthplace of the 35th President of the U.S, John F. Kennedy. 
  • Brookline witnessed the advent of European colonial settlers in the early 17th century and was called the Muddy River hamlet. 
  • The Town of Brighton was merged with it in the year 1874 while the border was revamped for linking the new Back Bay area with Allston-Brighton. 
  • Brookline has resisted annexation by Boston for several decades. Brookline is now separated from the rest of Norfolk County too. 
  • Residents of the town were among the first in the U.S. to propose the right to vote for women. The idea was put forward to the Governor in 1882 by Benjamin F. Butler. 
  • The area was originally a farm owned by Judge Samuel Sewall and originally under the ownership of Judith Quincy Hull and CPT John Hull. The Judge got ownership of this 350-acre tract through Hannah Quincy Hull (Sewall), the only daughter of the family. 

Weather in Brookline

Summers are warm while winters are wet and cold in Brookline. The best time to visit is between late in June and the middle of September.