Whether you are moving to Brookline from another part of Boston or from further away, you'll find exploring your new neighborhood exciting and rewarding. Brookline is a friendly area with a close-knit community that is only a short trip to downtown Boston. Beautiful neighborhoods comprised of houses, condos, and large estates are interspersed with quaint foot-traffic-friendly commerce areas. In Brookline you'll find a mix of upscale boutiques, spas, and restaurants along with more rustic pubs and eclectic shops. The area attracts a variety of residents including young professionals, families, elderly, and students.
Because of Brookline's many housing options and different neighborhoods, it is essential that you have a reputable real estate agent-one who is experienced with the Brookline market in particular-on you side. Miro Fitkova of Re/Max Unlimited has years of experience working with homebuyers and sellers in this area. She can educate you about all the different districts in Brookline. So, whether you are looking for a more urban area, a farm-like estate, or a quaint suburban neighborhood, she can help you find the new home you've been dreaming of.
Though Brookline is flanked on three sides by the city of Boston, Brookline remains an independent city. Brookline has long stood firm against the pull to join the larger city. As a result, Brookline has one of the most celebrated public school systems in the Boston area. Additionally, this sense of independence gives the residents an even stronger sense of community; many people who live in Brookline take part in district associations, which continually improve their districts and plan community events. You'll find that Brookline residents have a genuine interest in their city, ensuring a strong community for years to come.
One common concern when relocating to a large city is transportation. Owning a car and driving can be tricky in some parts of Boston. Brookline offers the best of both worlds: regular bus and train routes run through the city and driving and parking are much easier than in Brookline's more urban counterparts.
Though an easy commute into the city of Boston, Brookline really has all that you could want on a daily basis. There are many diverse restaurants and eateries including American, Asian, Indian, Russia, and many Kosher Delis and markets. Spas and fitness centers are prevalently scattered throughout the city, as are many fun shopping opportunities. One nice thing about shopping in Brookline is that you can find unique, small-town shops mixed in with larger brand-name stores.
If you are thinking about moving to Brookline, choose a realtor that specializes in the area. Miro Fitkova of Re/Max Unlimited will be happy to educate you about different choices in the city and will help you find the best properties for your specific needs. To set up a meeting, contact Miro at (617) 254-1369 or visit www.BostonRealEstateMA.com