Considered a suburb of Boston, this cosmopolitan Town is far from what many consider a suburb. Brookline is a diverse community, from its international population to its many different neighborhoods (urban and suburban) and the variety of housing stock, offering a wide selection of life styles. One way to catch Brookline’s flavor is to look at each of the neighborhoods and try to describe them. The dominant areas are Coolidge Corner, Brookline Village, Washington Sq, Longwood, Cottage Farm, Pill Hill, Fisher Hill, Corey Hill, JFK Crossing, South Brookline & The Sargent Estates Area, Chestnut Hill (suburban)
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