The town known as Brookline within Massachusetts’ Norfolk County has so much to offer. Bordering Brighton, Allston, Fenway-Kenmore, Mission Hill, Jamaica Plain, and West Roxbury, residents of Brookline are also mere minutes from the heart of Boston and neighborhoods such as Downtown, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, and the South End.
There are far more than twenty neighborhoods, squares, and other notable areas of Brookline. All of these range in style and average net worth of the individuals who inhabit them. There truly is a price point and quality of life that fits all backgrounds, beliefs, and level of wealth in Brookline.
Some of the important points of interests in the town include The Country Club which has held the Ryder Cup golf tournament and the U.S. Open, Coolidge Corner, Fairsted, Larz Anderson Park, The Puppet Showplace Theatre, The Dutch House, John Goddard House, and much more. There are several private and public schooling options in Brookline. In addition, there are many well known higher education schools such as Boston University, Boston College, Northeastern University, The New England Institution of Art, and more that all have part of their campus in the neighborhood.