The affluent city of Brookline lies west of Boston proper. Conveniently on the Green Line T and accessible by both Beacon Street and Commonwealth Avenue it is often popular among those who want a more urban lifestyle with the utmost in close proximity to Boston. Being just an extension of Boston, the architecture trends also follow. Brick and stone rowhouses line the major arteries throughout Brookline followed by beautiful single family homes full of detail and charm.

Brookline is also defined by having many subsections or villages within. Among the popular include Brookline Village, Coolidge Corner and Chestnut Hill. Each known for distinct character and services. From the restaurants and shops of Coolidge Corner to the sprawling yards and landscape of Chestnut Hill there is something for everyone. Additional notable places in Brookline include The Larz Anderson Auto Museum, one of the oldest automobile museums in the country as well as The Country Club, commonly referred to as the golf club. This was the first country club in the United States created solely for outdoor activities.

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