Excellent little town, very friendly and welcoming. Schools are excellent, not far from shopping centers and Brookline has a private lake for the town residents. Great place to raise a family.
My community has been a great place to grow up. The has a nice rural character and some nice scenery. It you enjoy the outdoor you have several options for hiking trails and nice vistas.
My family and I absolutely love living here! A very friendly community, with plenty of privacy. The school system is one of the top rated in the state, and plenty of shopping options in nearby Nashua and Amherst.
We have lived here for 9 years, so far. The people are very friendly. There is much to do if you actually get involved in the community.
Brookline is a great family town to raise a family in. Quiet neighborhoods and family friendly. Plenty of local activities for family: lakes, beach, skiing and trips to Boston. Great school district and great resources around the area.
It's a great place to live, very calm and quiet. The only downside is travel time. For being small and secluded, it often takes up to 30 minutes to get to the nearest grocery store. But it's very worth it.
Brookline is a nice town for families. The school system is very good. There is a nice small town feel. Houses are spread out and there is a rural feel. There are some nice town community traditions and people are friendly and helpful.
Brookline is a nice family town. The schools are excellent and its safe and has a very nice New England rural character. It is pretty small and quiet. If you enjoy the outdoors you will enjoy it. You have to travel about 15 minutes to find a grocery store. There are a few businesses. Property Taxes are relatively high compared to neighboring towns. There is a very nice lake for swimming and river for fishing. There are some public snow mobile trails and hiking trails. The Fire Department is really great. they do a lot for the town.
Brookline is an awesome town to grow up in. Its got everything you could want to do in the outdoors, it's close enough to some larger cities that it isn't remote, and it's very safe. My only complaint is I wish there were more businesses that provided services, such as restaurants or coffee shops.
Very well kept and clean. They try to keep up with the historical side of the town; My apartment building used to be a hotel back in 1853! There's also Andres Institute of Art which is a fun hiking trail with sculptures from around the world bordering the trails. The community is very close knit and neighborly, also.
Quiet beautiful town, heavily forested with lots of outdoor hiking oppurtunities. Cute old homes and friendly community.
its quiet and wooded with very good schools. there isnt very many restaurants in the area yet, but it seems to be coming!
I grew up in Brookline and lived there until I went to college in 2010. It is a quiet little town that is very tight-knit. The people care about one another and their overall community. It is commuting distance from Boston, Manchester, and Nashua, and has many scenic outdoor activities to offer. The other surrounding small towns offer many options for dining, shopping, and activities.
While my town is often looked down on for not having much to do, it has been the perfect town to grow up in. Everyone is friendly and willing to lend a helping hand. It is a great place to grow up in and I plan on either staying here and raising my future children or finding a town very similar.
There are lots of entrepreneurs in the area and many people own their own businesses. They are profitable and relevant to life in this area.
The food/restaurant scene here is average. There are a lot of healthy options however, which is very nice.
The employment opportunities for people wanting a career appear to be quite limited. There are plenty of entry level positions with average wages, but nothing that would support a family. Most people here commute to bigger cities for work.