81 E Brookline St,



Boston, MA 02118

South End

Rental

$2,100
Price

3
Rooms

1
Beds

1
Baths

GARDEN LEVEL UNIT WITH IT'S OWN ENTRANCE – GREAT LOCATION IN "SOWA" – WALK TO BU MEDICAL, NEW ENGLAND MEDICAL, SOUTH END, INK BLOCK, WHOLEFOODS, SWEETGREENS, CHINATOWN, SOUTH BOSTON, BOSTON SPORTS CLUB, SILVER LINE, ORANGE LINE, RED LINE. South End, garden level floor through with private entrance and front garden area. Hardwood floor in open Living Room/Kitchen floorplan. Maple cabinet kitchen with center island. Decorative fireplace. Large bedroom with exposed brick wall and oak floors. Common washer/dryer is free. Steps to Boston Medical Center, Boston Sports Club, and the wonderful South End shops and restaurants. Pet might be considered with good pet references. No smoking. Tenant pays their own gas/heat and electric. Private outdoor area in front for creative gardening. 1-month brokers fee paid by tenant, thank you. AVAILABLE APRIL 1, 2018

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