Fun Fact: In its 2020 list of best places to live, the ranking website, Niche, named Brookline as the best place to live in Massachusetts and the 10th best in the United States.
Located just 4 miles from downtown Boston, Brookline is a town in Norfolk County and part of the Greater Boston area. Brookline borders six of Boston's neighborhoods and the city of Newton. View a map here. It continues to be a desirable place in which to live.
The Public Schools of Brookline have several elementary schools (kindergarten to 8th grade) and one high school. There are also many private schools.
Brookline is served by the MBTA's Green Line D branch trains with inbound service to downtown Boston and outbound service to Newton. Several bus routes also service the town.
Coolidge Corner and Washington Square are the two main business hubs. Brookline also has a wide variety of grocery stores and restaurants.
John F. Kennedy was born and lived in Brookline until he was ten years old. Is it home for you? We can help you decide.
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