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About Brighton, MA
Brighton is a neighborhood in Boston’s northwest corner. It is a bright, clean, and well-kept community seated on the shores of the beautiful Charles River. It is close to Boston College, Boston University, The Everest Institute, and St. John’s Seminary.
This community is growing fast thanks to the Brighton Center Main Streets Program, which has been successful at attracting new businesses to the neighborhood. Many storefronts have been renovated recently, giving Brighton a vibrant look and feel to match its eclectic and lively personality.
The median income in Brighton is $50,291. Condo prices run the gamut, ranging from(35K was a parking space condo.. The average condo price is $230,000. Brighton is a solid choice for most families, offering condos that fit every budget.
Brighton was once a part of Cambridge, and was known as “Little Cambridge” for many years. The charming, quiet streets are named for prosperous farmers who lived in the area prior to the American Revolution. Several notable figures have called Brighton home at some point, including Michael Bloomberg, Patrick Kennedy, director John Krasinski, writer Dennis Lehane and rapper Mr. Lif.
The Brighton brownstones are mostly pre-war construction of no more than four or five floors. The neighborhood also contains many college students, young professionals, and immigrants. This creates a bustling neighborhood full of personality.
Foodies will love Brighton as it is known for its fabulous restaurants, coffee shops, and bars. Try a gourmet pizza at Brick House Pizza and Grille. Have a drink and watch live Irish Sporting events at The Green Briar. Or enjoy one of 50 flavors of organic ice cream, frozen yogurt, or sorbet at 3 Scoops. Pick up a gorgeous new necklace at A Piece of Heaven. These are just a few of Brighton’s unique shopping and dining destinations, all within easy reach of your new condo.
You’ll find 1-2 bedroom condos in gorgeous pre-war buildings in Brighton’s Cleveland Circle. The streets off of Commonwealth, Chestnut Hill, and Beacon Street are lined with low-rise brownstones where you’ll be insulated from the hustle and bustle of the restaurants and trains. Nearby, Brighton Center is full of charming multi-family homes, condos, and single-family homes. Every store or shop you could possibly need is right here, making it possible to keep all of your errands close to home.
You’ll be in easy reach of I-90 here, but don’t feel tied to your car. Brighton offers some of the best public transportation in the Boston area, which puts every part of the city right at your fingertips. Many Brighton residents opt to use public transportation exclusively because the busses and trains are convenient and frequent.
Browse the work of local artists at the Brighton-Allston Heritage Museum. Take the kids to Rodgers Park, or stop by Community Rowing to take a kayak out on the Charles. The Boston Public Library and the newly-renovated YMCA are both within easy reach.
Find Your Brighton Condo Today
Brighton has it all, from traditional brownstones to hidden enclaves of luxury. I live in Brighton myself, and I love every minute of it! Browse the listings below, then contact me today to ask questions or schedule a showing. Brighton is waiting for you!