NedInnBoston
 

History

The building was built in Boston's history South End in 1860 and originally used as a rooming house for the city's working class. I have lived in this house since 1978 and I have owned it since 1981. I started hosing Airbnb guests in the Spring of 2013 and have been a "Superhost" since the Fall of 2014.

 

158 West Brookline

 

158 West Brookline is a five story brownstone with a rooftop skydeck patio, that houses four separate short-term rental units. Natural light fills the open dynamic spaces while eclectic artwork and book collections create cozy corners or creative workspaces.  Every door is equipped with a keyless entry to make your check-in easy and convenient. 

 

Amenities

  • Extensive Library
  • Laptop Workstations
  • Free Laundry Room
  • Bathroom Essentials
  • 24/7 Keyless Entry
  • Fire Extinguisher and Safety Cards
  • First Aid kit
  • High Speed WIFI
  • Cable
  • DVD Collection
  • AC/Heat
  • Private Bathrooms
  • Private or Shared Kitchens
  • Smoke and Carbon Monoxide detectors
 

Testimonials

If you can believe it, Ed’s place is even more beautiful than the photos. I really enjoyed my stay. The home is in a beautiful, quiet neighborhood with restaurants and cafes close by.
— Alycia. November 2017
We absolutely loved our stay in Ed’s beautiful home. We walked to Fenway, cute coffee shops around the corner, and even to the north end from this centrally located apartment. The decor was elegant and the beds were amazingly comfortable. The street is charming and quite - a quintessential Boston home.
— Daniel, September 2017
We really loved the location and decor of this place. Ed was super accommodating and attentive and the apartment was fully equipped. I especially liked the collection of books and artwork.
— Claudia, January 2018