Homes for Sale in South Brookline, Brookline, MA

South Brookline, Brookline, MA is a serene and beautiful community on the southern side of Brookline. The suburb is bordered by Goddard Avenue in the north, VFW Parkway in the south, and Newton and Groove streets to the southwest. Up in the northeast side of the area is Lawrence Farm, and in the southeast, you will find the Allandale Woods. This suburb retains large portions of undeveloped land that provides a natural buffer space. This area was developed in the early 1800s, mostly to provide farmland for veterans serving in the Revolutionary War. The community became home to several military families renovating the simple wood houses into estate residences with exquisite brick foundations.

The majority of the homes in this neighborhood were built in the 1800s and featured Tudor architectural designs. Houses typically feature steep domed roofs, brick walls, and masonry chimneys. Properties come with wide lawns and are surrounded by mature trees adding to the overall curb appeal. Homes are affordably priced, ranging from $800,000 to $2.5 million. Homes usually have around two to six bedrooms and two to five baths. Lot sizes vary depending on its location within the neighborhood, ranging from 1,500 sqft To 3,000 sqft in size. You won’t have any issues about space because South Brookline is known for its wide spaces and green surroundings. Streets are also filled with nature, adding to the overall freshness of the environment. There are larger estates-style residences available in the neighborhood. High-end luxury houses in this community are usually listed at $5.5 million with around 7,000 sqft of living space.

Market Overview

Brookline Real Estate Information

Median Home Price

$1,160,000

Median Sale Price

$750,000

Median Price Per Sqft

$703

Number of Households

24,436

Median Days in Market

133

Median Rent

$2,700

What's To Love

Because of its closeness to Boston and Brookline's top-notch public schools, many professionals and families opt to stay in this community known for its green hills and lush trees. There are various nature parks in the vicinity as well that you and your kids will surely enjoy. South Brookline is home to the 1st country club. The Country Club offers an excellent golf game and other social activities. Aside from the neighborhood being a nature sanctuary, it is also near establishments such as schools and groceries. Traveling to and from South Brookline is easy through the MBTA bus line and community train.

What's Not To Love

In South Brookline, the majority of its homes are built in the era after the Revolutionary War. Because of this, some of them need renovations and repairs, but given the external grandeur and beauty of the Tudor-style architecture, many still chose to retain the house's external facade. If you love historical and brick-type homes, South Brookline is the one for you!

Is it for me?

Who is this neighborhood for

South Brookline offers more than a place you will call home. It offers a serene and relaxing haven for you and your family. If you are a working professional and would love to escape the hustle of the city of Boston but still be close enough where your daily commute is not a hassle, then this neighborhood would be perfect for you. If you would love to visit South Brookline, message us, and we will gladly assist you with your home search needs.

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Latest homes for sale in South Brookline

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$1,649,000

464 Newton St

Brookline, MA, 02467
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Meet the locals

Who Lives in Brookline?

Population

59,180

Median Age

33.7

Median Household Income

$171,664

Home Ownership Percentage

48.9%

Education: Associates Degree or Higher

82.32%

Cost of Living Score

204.8

Entertainment

Things to do in South Brookline

D. Blakely Hoar Sanctuary

Wooded nature preserve occupying a significant portion of the district.

Skyline Park

Impressive outdoor park featuring multi-sport athletic fields and many other family-friendly recreational amenities.

The Country Club

World-class golf club featuring a premier championship course and resort-like club amenities.

The Shops at Putterham

A strip mall at the center of the neighborhood home to various stores and local businesses.

Education

Schools near South Brookline

School Name
Grades
Admission
Dexter Southfield School
PK – 12
Private
Baker School
K – 8
Public
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