Homes for Sale in North Brookline, Brookline, MA

North Brookline is an upbeat neighborhood situated on the northern side of Brookline, MA. This eclectic community shows a great mixture of urban and suburban areas strategically mapped together to provide a comfortable and convenient living environment. The area was developed as a suburban community, with most homes being occupied upon the construction of the trolley in 1880. Winchester Street borders the suburb to the southwest, Saint Paul Street to the east, and Naples Street, Babcock Street, and Pleasant Street to the north. This neighborhood offers a selection of historical and contemporary homes and apartments. Located within this community is the busy Harvard Street that is home to different shops and restaurants. Notable landmarks in the area include the childhood home of John F. Kennedy up in Beals Street that serves as a museum that attracts regular visitors in the area.

Properties in this neighborhood are priced at around $500,000 to $ 2million and feature 1 to 3 bedrooms and 1 to 2 baths. The lot sizes of properties in the area range from 3,000 sqft to 7,000 sqft. Large size estates in this community are priced at roughly $3 million. North Brookline has tons of entry-level condominiums and apartments that are quite affordable and perfect for buyers looking for a starter home in the city. This community does not shy away from the natural beauty that the area has to offer. Lined with lush trees on one side and a busy commercial section on the other, it’s no wonder why many are looking for properties in this neighborhood. Most working professionals working in the region looking for a charming suburban community with all the amenities of a well-planned urban center will surely appreciate what North Brookline has to offer.

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What's To Love

Transportation into Central Brookline is not an issue for residents in the community. It's easily accessible and convenient for the working class, parents that send their children to school, and college teens. If you have kids in North Brookline, you won't have to worry about schools because several school options, both public and private, are available nearby. Since the community is a mixture of old and new, some of the houses in the area were built in the 1900s, while some are relatively new construction. Given its prime location, there are many attractions and amenities that you can choose from, including parks, theaters, coffee shops, and stores are all readily available to North Brookline residents.

What's Not To Love

Given its price and its convenience, North Brookline is the most densely populated area in Brookline, MA. People are always around and are busy with their everyday lives. But if you are the type to enjoy the hustle and bustle of an active neighborhood, then North Brookline is the community for you.

Is it for me?

Who is this neighborhood for

North Brookline houses colonial historical homes and brick apartment buildings perfect for families looking for a spacious suburban house. The area also provides all the conveniences busy professionals working in the city will surely appreciate. Become a resident of this community that prides itself on the stories of the past and the present. To know more about properties within this community, message our team. We are more than willing to ensure that you get your perfect home in North Brookline.

Find Your Home

Latest homes for sale in North Brookline

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155 Babcock Street 153

Brookline, MA, 02446


2 Thorndike St 2

Brookline, MA, 02446
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177 Thorndike St F

Brookline, MA, 02446


30 Naples Road 2

Brookline, MA, 02446
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65 Pleasant St 1

Brookline, MA, 02446


46 Verndale Street

Brookline, MA, 02446
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Things to do in North Brookline

John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site

Birthplace and childhood home of the 35th president of the United States of America.

JFK Crossing

A thriving commercial district known for its many stores, restaurants, and local businesses.

Amory Park

A 3.5-acre urban park featuring outdoor attractions, recreational amenities, sports fields, and a nature preserve.

Beacon Street

A well-established commercial district with various retail and dining establishments lining the road.


Schools near North Brookline

School Name
Ivy Street School
7 – 12
New England Hebrew Academy
PK – 9
Florida Ruffin Ridley School
K – 8
Brighton High School
9 – 12
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