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Brookline



About Brookline

Brookline is Boston’s nearest upscale neighborhood and provides condo homes and houses for both urban and suburban lifestyles. You will love its many recreational parks, including the largest, Larz Anderson Park, sited on 64 acres of its namesake’s former estate. The hilltop Italian Garden with views to downtown Boston’s real estate, now features an enclosed outdoor skating rink. In addition to many school parks and playgrounds, residents enjoy many additional parks including Griggs Park, Amory Park & Woods, Brookline Resevoir Park, Corey Hill Park at Summit Ave., Harry Downes Field, Soule Rec Center, Skyline Park, and Schick Park.

The Brookline Public Library has been serving residents for over 155 years, with a new building in 1910, and many renovations during its long history. The Library is excellent and centrally located near the High School and Pierce Elementary School. Many families and individuals choose this town due to its excellent public and private school systems, which certainly has an impact on higher real estate values for the town. Many family’s want to live in the area due to it’s strong school systems and proximity to Boston. For more information and to enroll your child in K-8 or High School, visit the towns website here: http://www.brookline.k12.ma.us/

The town is accessed by three branches of the Green line for easy travel into downtown Boston, with several bus lines connecting people to places. The town also upgrades its roads to include bicycle paths whenever possible, making it an easy town to walk, bike, and use public transportation. Popular neighborhoods include Washington Square, Coolidge Corner & Brookline Village, and all offer many choices of retail shops and fine restaurants. As a special rule, the town has no overnight parking on the streets and a strong Public Works Department and Brookline School System. It also had a very low crime rate in 2013 compared to the Massachusetts average, but check with the area’s Police Department for any updated crime statistics.

The current population is 59,051 with the median age of 40. The median household income is $136,493, and the average household net worth is $1.1M.

Brookline Real Estate Pricing – 2013 Sold Condos

Average Sold Price:  $632,105
Average Price / SF:  $496
Average Days to Offer: 18.48

Brookline Real Estate Pricing – 2014 Sold Condos

Average Sold Price:  $744,260
Average Price / SF:  $546
Average Days to Offer:  23.40

Brookline Real Estate Pricing – 2015 Sold Condos

Average Sold Price:  $807,310
Average Price / SF:  $595
Average Days to Offer: 17.74

 

Would you like updated 2016 Real Estate Market Information for this town? Just contact Jordan Bray at Jordan.Bray@C21.com for a complimentary market analysis.

For more detailed pricing for Sold condos and homes in this town or others, visit our Sold Properties page.

Finally, you can click here to explore the current listings in Brookline.

 

References:

Realtor.com Lifestyle and Demographics

Property data provided by MLS

 

Featured Listings
  • 65 Glen #H13
  • Brookline, MA
  • 2 bed | 1.5 bath
  • 873 sq
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  • $2,700/mo