Boston Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Close to everything, but still the perfect getaway!
Diamond House ~2~ was featured on the popular LiveWell Network show, Sweet Retreats. This unit is located on the 3rd floor and has its own charm and personality.
Prime location in the heart of the historic Brewery District. Steps to the T (Orange Line) and minutes from downtown Boston, the Longwood Medical Area, The Museum of Fine Arts, Northeastern University, Faneuil Hall, and, Fenway Park.
Jamaica Plain is known for its concentration of greenspace. Rent a bike and explore the Southwest Corridor or take a ride to Jamaica Pond or the Arnold Arboretum. Runners, rollerbladers, cyclists, and walkers will find miles of paved paths just outside the front door.
Free on-street parking available or a gated driveway spot at an additional $10.00 per day
Rent a car from Zipcar, for the day, or for an hour. Vehicles are located in the lot right next to Diamond House.
Rates are specified on this ad. Rates reflect 4 person occupancy. However, bedrooms accommodate up to 3 guests. Fourth guest must use pullout sofa sleeper in the living room.
Your unit contains a digital safe to secure your valuables. This is provided free of charge.
Rates reflect 3 person occupancy only charge after 3 guests up to 4 guest.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
I'm a Massachusetts native who caught the travel bug later in life, I have recently enjoyed trips to Germany, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Russia, and Africa. Art and design are in my blood and both my house and garden reflect that. I'm never as happy as when I have an interior design project in the works or some other creative project. My friends often call me The Mayor, referencing the fact that I have a smile, a joke, or a comment for almost anyone I meet, whether it's at the local coffee shop, the gym, or the grocery store. I love travel and look forward to opening my home to fellow travelers.
Jamaica Plain is one of the most diverse and vibrant neighborhoods in Boston. A home to artists, social activists, young families, and long-established residents, it felt like a great place to put down roots.
I do architectural salvage for a living, which has allowed me to acquire a wealth of unique, unusual pieces, from stained glass to mahogany doors. I have spent nearly two decades creating a home that is both functional and beautiful.