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Old 03-06-2011, 11:59 AM
 
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So I've viewed a number of rooms in and around Boston over the past month. I found most on Craigslist.

After spending time in every Boston neighborhood, Arlington, Brookline, Cambridge, and Newton, I've decided that I want to live in...Brookline! I'm loving Washington Square!

Now if only I could find a room...
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Old 03-07-2011, 11:15 PM
 
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Default Brookline Village

look into a loft or condo in Brookline Village nice neighborhood , and a nice town to live in. Parks nearby. "T" right there too "D" line . into Kenmore.
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Old 03-08-2011, 06:57 AM
 
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You made the same choice I would have! Washington Square is great, as is the whole stretch of Beacon St. between there and Kenmore. Good luck finding an apartment!
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Old 03-11-2011, 09:18 AM
 
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What about Fenway (Jersey St, Peterborough, Park Dr.)? The Fenway has really developed around the Landmark Center area and while there are definitely a lot of students around, plenty of young professionals live there too. Or, try Brookline - my neighborhood, Coolidge Corner, or up the road in Washington Sq. $850 x 2 = $1700. I think you can find a 2 bed with a roommate for that. It only gets dicey in Brookline if you have a car since you can't park overnights on the street.
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I lived in that area of the Fenway off St. Mary's St. (which is technically Brookline lol) and I was paying $675 with a roommate. Granted it was a basement unit, but I kind of liked that actually, eccentric lil scamp that I am

That's my favorite section of town to live in. It's close to everything, tons of options for public transportation, and it's actually reasonably priced. I'd recommend it to anybody. I did not, however, have a car. That might be a deal breaker for others.
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