411 Washington Street, Unit 5 – Brookline
Offered at $724,999
Where quality, size, and convenience come together to create your new Brookline Village home! This 1200 square foot top floor condo in a Brookline Village courtyard building has all the charm you could possibly want combined with lots of modern touches, including wood floors throughout most of the unit, a large living room plus a separate dining room, and a kitchen that was redone in 2012 (GE Profile appliances, granite countertops with travertine backsplash, and maple cabinets) at the same time the bath was updated and a Meile washer/dryer was installed.
One bedroom is very large, the other good sized, there’s a porch off the kitchen, and the unit features 2010 Harvey Majesty windows. Assigned storage in the basement The Pierce School, Brookline High School, the main branch of the Brookline Public Library, the MBTA Green line and bus routes, stores, restaurants, and multiple parks are just some of things that are but minutes from the front door. Easy access to Coolidge Corner and the Longwood Medical Area.
Listing Agent: Al Norton, 617.669.3811, email@example.com
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About life in Brookline:
As close as Brookline is to Boston, it has managed to maintain its own identity. Brookline features a mixture of urban and suburban living, upscale shops and recreational parks, apartment buildings and large estates. Along with offering both a city atmosphere and a feeling of being in the country, there is a wide mix of people in Brookline. It is also the home of many academic and scientific professionals who work at the nearby medical centers in Boston. Brookline has an overnight on-street parking ban which is unusual for such a dense area.
Among its many unusual resources, Brookline has its own working farm (with farm stand), the oldest country club in the nation, a town golf course, a park on a hillside overlooking Boston with an open-air skating rink and transportation museum, as well as numerous neighborhood parks and playgrounds scattered throughout the town. Its major retail centers, including Coolidge Corner, Brookline Village, Washington Square, Cleveland Circle and the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center, are pedestrian-oriented shopping areas with a variety of stores, restaurants and malls.