Brookline Village Real Estate

Brookline Village has the distinction of serving as the major commercial and retail center of the town of Brookline. Rich in history, Brookline Village includes Brookline’s major civic buildings, including town hall, the library, and the courthouse, extending along Washington Street from Route 9 to the library. Despite its urban location, the neighborhood has a small town vibe and many of the businesses lining the streets are locally owned eateries and small shops.

Stately homes and condo buildings abut some of the shops while Victorian-style and classic colonials are located on quiet side streets. Brookline Village is also home to several parks and green spaces – a big part of the area’s appeal to families. Brookline’s top-notch schools are another draw.   Read more about Brookline Village real estate.

Brookline Village Homes & Condos For Sale

Brookline Village Homes & Condos For Sale June 24, 2024
10
Listed
46
Avg. DOM
$842.05
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$974,500
Med. List Price
10 Properties
3
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
2,067
Sq.Ft.
1875
Year Built
28
Days on Site
73242854
MLS
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,448
Sq.Ft.
2015
Year Built
21
Days on Site
73246874
MLS
$1,375,000
Condo: Walnut Place
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,175
Sq.Ft.
2021
Year Built
117
Days on Site
73206843
MLS
$1,250,000
Condo: Brookline Village Lofts Condominium
1
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
1,421
Sq.Ft.
2001
Year Built
28
Days on Site
73242926
MLS
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,608
Sq.Ft.
1895
Year Built
47
Days on Site
73235581
MLS
$899,000
Condo: Brookhouse
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,300
Sq.Ft.
1970
Year Built
64
Days on Site
73227124
MLS
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,005
Sq.Ft.
1970
Year Built
76
Days on Site
73222037
MLS
2
Beds
1
Baths
854
Sq.Ft.
1868
Year Built
28
Days on Site
73242949
MLS
$599,000
Condo: Brook House Condominium
1
Beds
1
Baths
870
Sq.Ft.
1970
Year Built
50
Days on Site
73233716
MLS
1
Beds
1
Baths
735
Sq.Ft.
1970
Year Built
8
Days on Site
73253461
MLS

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 Brookline Village Location

Brookline Village is located just north of the Massachusetts Route 9 and west of the Muddy River. The Longwood Medical Area and Research District lies to the northeast and is easily accessible by bus or train. The neighborhood is served by the MBTA’s Green Line D-train at the Brookline Village Station with service to Downtown Boston.

Brookline Village History

Brookline Village, or the Muddy River, was the first significant site of the colonial settlement in what is now Brookline. Early settlers called the area “Muddy River” because it provided overland access between Boston and Cambridge. At one time, Brookline Village was part of Roxbury and known colloquially as “Punch Bowl Village” in honor of the Punch Bowl Tavern which did a thriving business there. In the 19th century, the village evolved into Brookline’s first major economic center and with the arrival of the railroad in the 1840s, the commercial area became more concentrated on Boylston, Washington, and Harvard Streets.

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