Cleveland Circle (an area of Boston) is located in Boston’s Brighton neighborhood. Its close proximity to Brookline and Chestnut Hill makes it a highly desirable spot. Families, seniors, working professionals and students enjoy this historical streetcar neighborhood.
Brighton’s Cleveland Circle, is located in the Aberdeen section of Brighton. More specifically this area represents the south west corner of Aberdeen which was developed in the 19th century as an area for well-to-do commuters. In general, the Aberdeen area was characterized by winding ways set out through rugged, ledgy and wooded terrain. Its streets still bear English and Scottish names that were apparently thought by late 19th century developers to add to the allure and status of a residential development.
Chestnut Hill Reservoir
Chestnut Hill Reservoir is a reservoir created in 1870 on existing marshes and meadowland to supplement the city of Boston’s water needs. While it is no longer an active reservoir it is maintained as an emergency backup source for the greater Boston Area. The reservoir designated as a City of Boston Landmark.
Cleavland Circle convenient location is only surpassed by its convenient of transportation. The neighborhood is accessible both by the Subway and buses.
The Cleveland Circle station is the terminal of the C branch of the MBTA’s Green Line. Reservoir Station which is adjacent, is on the D branch of the Green Line. The B branch is a short walk away.
The MBTA operates two buses in the neighborhood, 51 and 86. The 51 bus runs from Cleveland Circle to Forest Hills Sta. via Hancock Village. The 86 bus run between Sullivan Square and Reservoir/Cleveland Circle via Harvard. For more details on the MBTA service in Cleavland Circle visit this link.
Other Buses Traveling through the Town of Brookline:
MBTA Bus Services
The Town of Brookline is also served by four MBTA bus routes: 60, 65, and 66.
– The 60 bus route begins at the Chestnut Hill Mall and travels on Boylston Street (Route 9) and Cypress Street to Brookline Village and Kenmore Station in Boston.
– The 65 bus connects Brighton Center and Kenmore Square with service through the Brookline Village and Washington Square commercial areas over Brookline Avenue and Washington Street.
– The popular 66 bus travels through Brookline Village and Coolidge Corner on its way from Dudley Station in Boston to Harvard Square in Cambridge.
For more information on the MBTA schedules check out the MBTA web site, www.MBTA.com or go to http://www.nextbus.com/predictor/stopSelector.jsp?a=mbta for real time next bus schedules for the route 60, 65, & 66.
Houses of Worship
Interactive Map of Cleavland Circle