About the area:
Established in 1705, the picturesque town of Brookline, Massachusetts, is a suburb of Boston full of history and culture. It is made up of traditional New England shops and dwellings interspersed with parks and running and walking trails. Easily reached by the MBTA Green Line, the neighborhoods of Coolidge Corner, Washington Square and Cleveland Circle are found along Brookline’s main thoroughfare – Beacon Street. Other notable sections of Brookline include Brookline Village, Brookline Hills, Chestnut, Fisher and Pill Hills, and North and South Brookline.