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Barclay on Beacon - Brookline, Massachusetts 2446

Brookline, MA 02446

$2350 - $3000

1-2 Beds 1-2 Baths Pets OK

Cory Hill, Brookline, MA (Cory Hill)

$2350 - $3000

111 units | 1-2 Beds | 1-2 Baths

Avalon Exeter - Boston, Massachusetts 2116

Boston, MA 02116

$3035 - $12155

0-3 Beds 1-2 Baths Pets OK

Prudential, Boston, MA (Prudential)

$3035 - $12155

187 units | 0-3 Beds | 1-2 Baths

Fenway Triangle Trilogy - Boston, Massachusetts 2215


Boston, MA 02215

$2546 - $8764

0-3 Beds 1-2 Baths Pets OK

West Fens, Boston, MA (West Fens, Fenway)


$2546 - $8764

405 units | 0-3 Beds | 1-2 Baths

The Duchess, Longwood/Brookline - Brookline, Massachusetts 2445

Coolidge Corner, Brookline, MA (Coolidge Corner)

$1550 - $2550

10 units | 0-2 Beds | 1 Baths

Overview of Mission Hill

Mission Hill Boston is a small space with a huge presence. It contains a historic district, industrial area, retail and commercial space, and a residential neighborhood. Mission Hill has a young and trendy vibe as an influx of university students and stronger political groups have developed a presence and voice in the area. The community is also known for its pedestrian-friendly atmosphere and is unique in that nearly two-thirds of the residents either walk, bike, or take public transit to work or school. If you're ready for a diverse, outgoing and socially charged atmosphere, then Mission Hill Boston is the ideal place for you.

Mission Hill Apartments

The average cost to rent studio apartments in Mission Hill Boston is $2150 a month. The price increases from there, with one bedroom apartments averaging at $2,675 monthly and two bedroom Mission Hill apartments averaging $3,200 each month. The majority of apartments in Mission Hill offer amenities such as air conditioning; over-sized closets; in-unit washers and dryers; hardwood flooring; wired for high-speed internet and cable tv; eat-in kitchens; energy efficient appliances; and some paid utilities.

Dining & Entertainment in Mission Hill

Whether you're an early bird or a night owl, you will find plenty of things to do in Mission Hill Boston. There are many independent taverns and bistros along Brigham Circle, which is also home to other retailers and grocers. The historic district includes many buildings from the 1800s, some of which have been converted into residential housing units and space for artists. If you're a sports fan, Fenway Park is just a short distance away. The Freedom Trail and other historic landmarks and tours are also easy to access. The Boston Public Garden, Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science and Boston Common are all great spaces for family activities or bringing your out of town guests for a weekend afternoon.

Pet Friendly Mission Hill Apartments

Most of the apartments in Mission Hill Boston are friendly to pets. You may find that some complexes or communities charge a pet deposit in case of damage to the dwelling. Some places may also charge a small monthly pet residence fee. To keep your pet up to date on vaccinations and preventive care, local vets include Angell Animal Medical Center and The Boston Cat Hospital. Your dog or cat will be in style after a visit to the groomers, including options such as Brookline Grooming and Pet Supplies or Pawsh Dog Boutique. You and your dog will stay fit by paying regular visits to local dog parks such as Puddingstone Park, which offers a plastic bag dispenser for cleaning up after your pet; plenty of grassy space for running; and lots of trees for sniffing.

Commuting From Mission Hill

The majority of residents in Mission Hill walk, bike, or use public transit to get to work. Boston’s mass transit system is efficient and convenient, with stops on the Green Line and Orange Line in Mission Hill. If you choose to drive to work, expect an average one way commute to take 32 minutes. Many of the residents renting apartments here choose to carpool if they drive.

Mission Hill Schools & Education

Public schools in the community are served by the Boston Public Schools system and include the Mission Hill K-8 School. The community also has a few private schools including Our Lady Of Perpetual Help/Mission Grammar School and charter schools, such as Grove Hall Preparatory Charter School. Institutions of higher education include Northeastern University, Wentworth Institute of Technology and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.

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