Brookline

Description:

Located South and West of the Charles River campus of Boston University, Brookline is an idyllic, 6.8 square mile town was settled in the 17th century, incorporated in 1705, and now consists of over 20 distinct neighborhoods. These offer everything from urban, condominium living to rambling, 19th-century estates.

Brookline is noted equally for its fine school system (both public and private) as it is for its sylvan, often arboretum-like setting. Brookline is home to The Country Club, the first of its kind in the country, it has hosted the U.S. Open several times. This 58,000 resident suburb is also famously the birthplace of John F. Kennedy.

Served by the MBTA green line, Brookline had an early 20th-century blossoming as one of Boston's streetcar suburbs. The rail line is flanked by many multi-family condominiums and apartments to this day. The town boast five retail centers, five fire stations, the main library with two branch locations and is home to several institutions of higher education.


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Current Market Snapshot

Property Type:
Single Family
Inventory:
50
Avg Price:
$3,979,900
Avg Days On Market:
112
Property Type:
Rental
Inventory:
393
Avg Price:
$2,870
Avg Days On Market:
66
Property Type:
Commercial
Inventory:
56
Avg Price:
$599,506
Avg Days On Market:
132
Property Type:
Condo or Co-op
Inventory:
149
Avg Price:
$1,055,234
Avg Days On Market:
60
Property Type:
Land
Inventory:
7
Avg Price:
$5,635,429
Avg Days On Market:
301
Property Type:
Multi-Family
Inventory:
12
Avg Price:
$3,273,150
Avg Days On Market:
55

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