Nestled in the heart of Brookline, residents of Boylston Street enjoy big city attractions without the crowded neighborhood chaos. Essential home conveniences like a furniture store speak to Boylston Street's family-oriented environment. If you're looking for a new place, check out the apartments for rent in neighboring High Street Hill and Emerson Garden.
Food, Libations and Recreation
For those looking for a lively area with great grub, consider an apartment close to Boylston Street's bustling Boylston St. Find out more about the neighborhood from our online apartment ratings and reviews. Get help honing in on your "home sweet home" from our apartment finder tool.
Residents in the Boylston Street area enjoy being close to a variety of restaurants for a night out or celebration. Some of those are La Morra and Bernard's Restaurant.
For a more comprehensive list of places to eat, drink and be merry in Boylston Street, check out the Yelp page.
Local School Statistics
Some of the schools near the apartments in Boylston Street are Brookline High School, Farragut and William H Lincoln. It's important to consult with local school district authorities near the apartments for rent you are in interested in to determine the exact schools your children may attend.
A middle school in the Boston district, Farragut has a strong student-teacher ratio of 11-to-1.
In the Boston district, there are one middle school. Roxbury Preparatory Charter (District) and Boston district have similar student-body sizes and student-teacher ratios. Boston district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Roxbury Preparatory Charter (District).
Neighborhood Demographics and Costs of Living
The neighborhoods of Boylston Street and High Street Hill are identical by the average number of people per household, 2.49, and similar by the percentage of households that have children, 38% and 34%, respectively.
Boylston Street and High Street Hill are comparable in terms of income, with the former reporting an average household income of $136.3K. The areas differ in terms of education -- a larger portion of Boylston Street residents have master's degrees than High Street Hill.