Huge 6 Room 1 Bedroom, +Study / 1 Bathroom
                   + Garage option.     
 in Allston / Boston 02134.

Condo style living in the entire second floor in this 3 family Victorian house on Royal Street

~1350 sq. feet, plus common front porch, and yard. Recently renovated
and new appliances, it has had the same single tenant since then.


- Quiet, clean, and close to everything in Allston and Harvard Business School
- No traffic noise.
- Laundry in basement
- Free on-street parking with no permit required.
Close to the new Allston library
- Easy access on and off the Mass Pike [8 minute ride to the Prudential for $1]-
- Near Charles River
- Walk to the supermarket,
- Walk to Restaurants/ Bars in Allston Village and Harvard Square
- Walk to Green Line, 10 minutes / (Red Line) 15, or take Bus #66, 86, 501, 503, 71, 70 and 57. 
- Use this MBTA Trip Planner to find out how to get to where you work from 51 Royal Street.
- Coin-Op washer and dryer in the basement

Click for FLOOR PLAN

Big Kitchen:
Huge kitchen with Radiant Stove, and nice refrigerator and dishwasher.  New cabinets, sink, faucet, and ceramic tile counter.

Nice Bathroom: Ceramic Tile Bath and Shower.

Also features - High ceilings (9'2") and tons of big sash windows. You will have 13 windows total. Also the beautiful oak hardwood floors refinished. The back room has gorgeous wide plank pine.

- Available March 1, 2016 or for early move in (even now is possible)
*$1875 for maximum two person occupancy. Add $125 per month for private garage with remote door opener.
   For more than 2 people, add $200 per month per person. Add a cat for $20/month.

Move In for first and last month's rent only.~$3750 and your good credit - [No security deposit / No Fee]
Heat and Hot water are natural gas steam radiators - Electric, gas, cable, phone, and other utilities are not included in the rent.


Call 617-266-8998 or 617-787-4944 - ask for Richard or Victoria. You can also email and put "Royal St. Apartment" in the subject line.


Would you like to know more about Royal Street?
Here is the Royal Street website:

HAVE A LOOK:   Take a virtual tour of the unit. CLICK HERE for PICTURES


See what past tenants have said about living here:
Richard and Victoria,

You really have been awesome...I will very much miss Royal 
Street so thank you for everything you've done for me. 
It really was a great place to live!


Richard - It's Katie ... from a few years ago! 

I was coming up to Boston the weekend of July 14-16...
I will get in touch with you closer to the date if you
are going to be around. Hope all is well with you! Tell 
Victoria I said hi!!! 

(fyi, 47 Royal Street is still my 'most favorite'
apartment ever!!!) 



Hi Richard and Victoria,

I'm very, very sad to let you know that we will not be renewing 
our lease for our apartment. 

I really wanted to let you know how much we have really loved being 
your tenants, but even more importantly your neighbors. I hope that 
I can keep in touch with you and (Victoria...) stop by your garden 
in the Fenway once in a while! We can share vegetables and I can 
bring some cupcakes.


Sara and Chris

Richard and Victoria, 

First, let me say thank you all for being so accommodating.
I am truly fortunate to have such considerate and responsive landlords. 

I hope you all have a wonderful holiday that is full of cheer. 


Richard and Victoria,

I had never lived in a place as long as I lived on Royal Street.
Thanks for treating me like family. 


Hello Richard and Victoria-

I have some bittersweet news.  I am planning to move out of 51 Royal Street. 
Stephanie and I am in the process of buying a house in Dover, MA… out in a
country area near my work. 

I say bittersweet because I love living in the city and in Allston, and would
have been happy on Royal street for years to come.  But, I am very excited
about the new house.  

We’ll love to have your family out for a visit after we get set up.


Are you from out of town? Allston is West Boston, a part of the city of Boston. Allston is connected to Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods by Commonwealth Ave., Storrow Drive and the Mass. Pike [90]. As you move from Back Bay to North Allston, or Lower Allston as it is sometimes called, the houses change from traditional brownstone row houses to a mix of 1880 - 1920 Victorian wood houses. 51 Royal Street is 9/10 mile from Harvard Square.


What if I am a realtor and want to show this apartment - what is the deal?

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