Brighton Homes for Sale
Heading outbound (southwest) on Commonwealth Ave, after Allston, is Brighton, which is why the whole area is sometimes called Allston/Brighton. With it’s elegant turn of the century buildings straddling the tree lined Commonwealth Ave. and the B line, Brighton offers a city environment, with notable restaurants and shops, but with little more green and a little more space. It’s busiest area, Cleveland Circle, is popular with Boston College students and young professionals, and from here, transportation to all points in Brookline and downtown is easy, as the B, C and D line all converge here. Cleveland Circle is packed with restaurants and shops and borders the Chestnut Hill Reservoir, which features scenic a 1.5 mile walking/jogging path around the reservoir, ball fields, swimming pool, tennis courts, and ice rink. Brighton also branches out to the west along Washington St. to Brighton Center and Oak Square, where it has a relaxed small town feel with more three family houses than large buildings, but still with no shortage of restaurants, cafés and nightlife along Washington Street and Market St. Commuting anywhere in the city from Brighton Center and Oak Square is easy, as there are a multitude of buses that can get you anywhere you want to go.
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