- Single Family
- 3 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 2,724 SqFt
Corey Hill Real Estate
Located off Washington Square, Brookline’s Corey Hill neighborhood sits 260 feet above sea level and boasts some of the best views in the Greater Boston area. The neighborhood offers a mix of urban conveniences such as easy access to Coolidge Corner, a collection of small shops, restaurants, and services, as well as abundant green spaces and walking paths. Residents cherish Corey Hill Outlook as a quiet park from which to escape the more hectic pace of the city. The huge expanse of green lawn is surrounded by trees and serves as the perfect place to bring a picnic lunch or read a book while soaking up the sun and views of Boston. The quiet walking paths in and around the park and surrounding areas provide more direct and scenic routes to local businesses. With its strong walkability index and top-notch school system, Corey Hill attracts many of the academic and scientific professionals who work at nearby medical centers and research centers. The neighborhood features a mix of properties — from stately single-family homes — to former multi-family residences that have been subdivided and renovated into new condos. Read more about Corey Hill real estate.
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Corey Hill Location
Corey Hill is bounded by Washington Street and Washington Square to the south; Beacon Street to the southeast; Winchester Street to the north; and Corey Road to the west. Corey Hill is less than five miles from Boston with the closest MBTA stop at Coolidge Corner on the C branch of the Green Line.
Corey Hill History
Corey Hill is named for Deacon Timothy Carey, a prominent citizen who was the cofounder of the first Baptist Church in Brookline. The Corey family were prominent landowners in the area, running a successful farm and orchard starting in the 1760s. The house Timothy Corey built in 1806 still stands today on Washington Street as a living example of Federal architecture and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
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