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Brookline Condominiums

Brookline, MABrookline condos enable you to enjoy the city of Boston’s charm and abundance of things to do. Brookline is accessible by both the Green D and C Lines on the T aboveground trains. With three major hubs of activity, Brookline condos are never far from restaurants, shops, and community spaces:

  • Brookline Village on the D Line hosts an array of unique retail shops, toy stores, restaurants, bars, and even a puppet performance theater.

  • At Coolidge Corner (the intersection of Harvard Street and Beacon Street) on the C Line you can find everything you need—restaurants, on-the-go food such as bagel shops, gift stores, clothing retail, shoes, and a Trader Joe's grocery store. A Stop & Shop supermarket is also located nearby.

  • You can continue further up Beacon Street on foot or on the T to Washington Square, the third concentrated collection of restaurants and shopping.

Brookline condos give you a comfortable home in the midst of a culturally rich, active neighborhood. There are many styles of architecture in the area, including wooden Victorian homes, brick apartments, and sections of more traditional Bostonian row houses or brownstones. The families and young professionals that populate Brookline are incredibly diverse. Walking down the street you may hear English, Russian, Hebrew, Mandarin, or Korean.

Brookline condos are almost guaranteed to be situated within a couple of blocks of a small park simply because of the large quantity of parks in Brookline. Brookline High School serves students from within and around Brookline. There are also eight Brookline public elementary schools to choose from and a Brookline Public Library.

When you live in Brookline condos, you will love the atmosphere of Brookline and the proximity to Boston.