➤ South Station 28m by train, 18m by car
➤ North Station 27m by train, 20m by car
➤ Boston Commons 17m by train, 15m by car
➤ Harvard Square 25m by train, 17m by car
A thriving, socially-minded town surrounded by greenery.
Brookline is a welcoming community just west of Boston’s city limits. Surrounded by nature preserves and parks, the town offers myriad opportunities to enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. Residents are known for their dedication to building a strong, cross-generational community, making Brookline a place where people of all ages and backgrounds enjoy the charm and culture the town has to offer. The high quality of life means those who settle in Brookline are likely to stay for many years to come.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Spacious homes and quick commute times.
Brookline homes offer ample space, inside and out. From hanging up art on wide-open walls to planting vegetable gardens in the backyard, Brookliners make the most of the room they have. Since Boston and Cambridge are right next door, Brookline is a top-choice for commuters working in technology, education, medicine, and greater Boston’s other flourishing industries.
Deeply connected to nature and neighbors.
With four multi-acre nature sanctuaries and miles of walking and jogging paths, Brookline residents revel in the natural world. They make a point to swing by the Thursday farmer’s market and snag a crisp head of lettuce grown on Brookline’s own hydroponic farm. Connections to neighbors come naturally too, whether that takes the form of striking up a conversation over a strong cup of coffee at Café Fixe, suggesting a good read while in line at Brookline Booksmith, sharing a bowl of homemade pasta at Pomodoro, or toasting a craft brew at Washington Square Tavern.
Established community for everyone, from teens to furry friends.
Brookline is home to extraordinary enrichment centers for many age groups. Young adults have a home at the Brookline Teen Center to build robots, play parkour, or hold band practice. Retirees fill their days with yoga classes, guided hikes, and art exhibits organized by the town’s senior center. Residents often volunteer at these centers, when they’re not honing their own creative practice making ceramics at the Brookline Arts Center or perfecting a plié at the Brookline Ballet School. The town is especially desirable for dog owners; the community has been active in establishing pet playgrounds, and their Green Dog program created 14 off-leash dog parks for furry friends to frolic in.
Roomy condominiums, historic single-family homes, and generous rental options.
Condominiums in Brookline were designed with family living in mind—larger units abound, though smaller homes for singles and couples can also be found. Many buildings are historic and under four stories tall, so single family homes and walk-up units are common. Brookline has restrictions on overnight parking for public streets, so be sure to secure a space for every vehicle.
YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE WITH:
Days at the museum and shows under the stars.
From the ICA’s graffiti art installations and Fort Point’s frequent open studios to sipping lattes from Barrington Coffee or Bee’s Knees Supply Company, residents adore the Seaport’s connection to arts and culture. On summer evenings, world-renowned musicians play under the stars at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion.
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