Brookline, Boston MA

Popular coffee shops, pharmacies, small independent boutiques, an independent bookstore, and ethnic restaurants line the area that makeup Coolidge Corner in Brookline.

Explore Brookline

One of the best features of Brookline is that it is able to give residents a more small town, suburban feel, while being in immediate reach of the entire city of Boston. It has a rich legacy of parks and open space. Larz Anderson Park is Brookline's largest. Featuring the Larz Anderson Auto Museum, home to the oldest collection of cars in America, there is much to see and do in this one spot. Outdoor enthusiasts will also love the large lawns, fields and hills, which are ideal for winter sledding and spring kite flying. The top of the hill offers spectacular views of Boston's skyline and even features an outdoor ice rink that's quite popular among locals. The Brookline area has become a very attractive area to own property, and houses many noteable figures in the community, including football player and local sports hero, Tom Brady.

Things to Do

  • Brookline Farmer’s Market: which is outdoors in the summer, and moves indoors during the winter months. Winter location is at the “Arcade Optical” building in Brookline.
  • Coolidge Corner Theatre: Old theatre that typically carries smaller-scale films, like indie films. They do sometimes carry more blockbuster-type films

Schooling & Transportation.

Brookline is moving forward with plans to build its 9th K-8 elementary school. Access to C and D on the Green Line make it easy to get anywhere in the city.